The Final ‘Sex, JPGs and Rock N Roll’ virtual photography exhibition was announced on Steel Panther’s official Instagram account.
COVID-19 has affected the whole music industry. For more than one year, people who earn their living by the industry have been trying to survive not only the global pandemic but also the financial crisis.
Although worldwide known bands had some opportunities to keep their incomes through online concerts, sponsorships, and social media advertisements, other parts of the music industry couldn’t have that chance.
Steel Panther members wanted to support their photographers who they worked together during the concerts. In this virtual exhibition project, fans are able to purchase special photographs of the band starting with the low prices. A new gallery will be available every two weeks. The first photographer Niall Fennessy’s virtual gallery exhibited on February 1, 2021 along with an interview with Stixx Zadinia.
Fennessy was followed by Joe Lester, Richard Booth, Evil Robb, Pamela Sprenger, Charlie Steffens. The final exhibition of ‘Sex, JPGs and Rock N Roll’ starts on April 26. Fans can buy explicit photographs of the band taken by David Jackson and chosen by the band members. It will be available for two weeks. The band invited all of the fans to the exhibition to support the photographers during these hard times.
Here’s what they shared:
“Our Final ‘Sex, JPGs and Rock N Roll’ virtual photography exhibit kicks off today with longtime friend and collaborator David Jackson!! Join Stixx Zadinia and David for a happy hour live stream chat Today (April 26th) at 2 PM PT/5 PM ET at the LINK in our BIO!!!
David’s exhibit will be live for two weeks and you can purchase exclusive prints that were hand-picked by us and the photographers in various configurations with the profits going to help each photographer during this touring shutdown!“
You can see the photo below.