Rock n' roll memories at LibraryMuseum

For more than 30 years, photographer Tony Mott captured some of the world’s biggest rock stars through his camera lens.

From the Divinyls to the Rolling Stones, Mott recorded some of the greatest acts in the business in more than 30,000 images published in 20 countries.

His portfolio includes thumping live action shots on stage as well as candid images of famous rockers in moments preserved for history.

Now, some of the best examples of his work have brought the rock n’ roll lifestyle to the Albury LibraryMuseum and Mott is visiting to guide local audiences through some of his most compelling shots.