Spotlight Print

The Byrds • Ready Steady Go! • August 6, 1965 • No. 1

Our Spotlight Print for July features The Byrds during rehearsals for their second appearance on British television. They'll be the featured artists on this evening's Ready Steady Go!, with live performances of 'All I Really Want To Do' and 'Mr. Tambourine Man.'

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Welcome to Ready Steady Pop! We're a Los Angeles-based gallery specializing in iconic photographs and fine art prints of the most influential acts from the '60s British Invasion and Rock era.

We create all of our limited edition prints from the original film sources in our collection. Our archival framing service allows clients to receive a finished, ready-to-hang piece that will last a lifetime.

Ready Steady Pop! is also here to assist editors, art directors, and publishers in searching for the perfect image. Our entire collection is available for editorial and commercial licensing. 

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