Beginning in 1976, the American photographer Gary Green dove into New York City’s exuberant downtown music scene.  A photographer’s assistant during the day, nights were spent at Max’s Kansas City and CBGB, documenting some of the decade’s most iconic musicians and figures. His photographs of Lou Reed, Andy Warhol, Joey Ramone, Richard Hell, Johnny Thunders, Patti Smith, Tom Waits and Debbie Harry, as well as the revelers on the scene who participated in this living musical, present an imbedded vantage point of an indelible place and time in music and culture.

When Midnight Comes Around is published by Stanley/Barker.