*Bob Dylan Visits Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, Rahway State Prison, NJ, 1975
© Ken Regan

*Bob Dylan Visits Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, Rahway State Prison, NJ, 1975

Photograph
By Ken Regan
About the image
Dylan wrote the song Hurricane to tell the story of Rubin Carter’s wrongful conviction after reading his autobiography and meeting with him while he was incarcerated. The song was recorded during rehearsals for the Rolling Thunder Revue Tour and the single was released in November, 1975. During the tour Dylan played a benefit concert for Carter at Madison Square Garden, where he met Muhammad Ali and raised $100,000 for his appeals. Rubin Carter’s conviction was overturned and he was eventually released in 1985.

* Please Note:
This is one of Ken Regan's "Premium" photographs due to the significance of the image and lasting popularity among collectors. These pieces are therefore priced slightly higher than his other images. 

Collector's Notes:
The pieces listed below are Estate Authorized Limited Editions.

Ken left a small archive of SIGNED photographs when he passed in which this piece may be included - please contact us for the latest details on any remaining signed photographs.

Request Price

Security code

Have a question?

*Bob Dylan Visits Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, Rahway State Prison, NJ, 1975
*Bob Dylan Visits Rubin 'Hurricane' Carter, Rahway State Prison, NJ, 1975