LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) -- Some of rock and roll's most iconic photos are now on display in Louisville.
A free exhibit open at the Main Library at 4th and York downtown features 25 photographs from Baron Wolman, who was the first chief photographer for Rolling Stone Magazine.
From 1967 to1970, Wolman captured some of music's most significant periods of change on film.
Musicians featured in the exhibit include Jimi Hendrix, Johnny Cash, George Harrison, Miles Davis and more.
The exhibit is at the library's Bernheim Gallery and runs through October 30.