New book ‘Pictures: ALIVE – Rock Shows of the 80s & Beyond’ available featuring 300 full-color pages
A new book is upon us from Steve Roney and Scott Davis, and it is titled Pictures: ALIVE – Rock Shows of the 80s & Beyond. The book features 300 full-color pages of never-seen-before photos, original ticket stubs, concert ads and a lot more featuring some of the biggest bands from the ’80s including Van Halen, KISS, Mötley Crüe, AC/DC, Ozzy Osbourne, Def Leppard, Scorpions and Judas Priest. You can purchase the book Pictures: ALIVE – Rock Shows of the 80s & Beyond via Pictures Alive‘s website. As of press time, the book is selling for $29.99 US.
Pictures Alive‘s website indicates:
“This season give your friends and loved ones something they really want – a kick-ass new book with 300 full-color pages of never-seen-before photos, original ticket stubs, concert ads, great stories from the road – and much, much more!
They’ll relive memories of these classic shows from the 80s with bands like: Van Halen, KISS, Mötley Crüe, AC/DC, Ozzy, Def Leppard, Scorpions, Judas Priest and many more – and they’ll thank you for not getting them socks!”
Steve Roney is a Bay Area musician, photographer, and rock music fan. During the 80s, Steve took his camera to dozens of rock shows and captured these amazing performances on film. Now, for the first time anywhere, he proudly presents his photo collection in this full-color, 300-page book — along with some great stories from the shows and meeting some of his musical heroes.
“I never openly shared or sold my photos to anyone because this was always a hobby to me. However, over the last few years, many of my friends asked about my photos and what happened to them. It seems as we all get older and look back at our lives, we appreciate those memories of our younger days. So, I hope these photos take you back and help you relive some of those memories.”
Scott grew up in the Bay Area and was always destined for something creative. He went to school for Design at San Jose State and dreamed of becoming an Art Director for Rolling Stone. Fast forward to 2018…with a side project going nowhere, Scott took a different direction and decided to help his friend, Steve Roney, put together his very own book of amazing rock photos, and here we are today.