Elvis Costello, New York City, 1977
© Richard E Aaron

Elvis Costello, New York City, 1977

By Richard E Aaron
About the image
Elvis Costello came to prominence in London's pub rock scene in the mid-1970s, later becoming associated with the punk rock and new wave genres. The musician was born Declan Patrick MacManus but his manager at Stiff Records suggested a name change, combining Elvis Presley's first name and Costello, his great grandmother's name. 

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Elvis Costello, New York City, 1977
Elvis Costello, New York City, 1977