Chris Kennedy, writer and musician from New York a couple of years ago discovered the lost, never before published color photo collection of popular 1950s Cleveland radio deejay Tommy Edwards.
The collection consists of over 1,700 Ektachrome slides of practically everyone who passed through his radio station from 1955-60. Elvis, Chuck Berry, country music superstars, Hollywood celebrities and hopeful unknowns.
So now you can see it personally in one book, which was realeased in May, this year.
"I believe the photographs are works of art and capture something magical" says Chris. And I totally agree with him. Don't you?