From Mark Feeney’s article for The Boston Globe:

An exhibition drawn from the photographs in the book, “Honky Tonk: Portraits of Country Music,” runs through Oct. 17 at Endicott College’s Heftler Visiting Artist Gallery, in its Manninen Center for the Arts.

The subtitle may look like a misprint. Shouldn’t that be portraits of “musicians”? Yes, there are multiple portraits of singers and instrumentalists among the nearly 30 black-and-white photographs in the show. Most of the images are from the 1970s; the latest was taken in 2008. Some of the musicians are quite famous: Loretta Lynn, Doc Watson, Waylon Jennings, Emmylou Harris, Mother Maybelle Carter.

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