off of Another Magazine.
In 1987, he was a fly-on-the-wall from inside JFK stadium.
These photos give us the real scoop into a 90,000-strong crowd going wild at a Rolling Stones concert in June 1978. Joseph Szabo views the stadium as a microcosm of late-70s youth.
Love, booze, dope, freedom, raw emotion & music.
For Joseph Szabo, the concert wasn’t on the stage. The concert was in the field; it was the fans.
He got a ticket in return for driving two kids to the show. And for the price of one ride, he was given an all-access-pass into the stadium’s minefield of an iconic teenage wasteland.