Legendary photography Ken Regan documented some of the greatest moments in rock and roll history, touring back to back in the 1970s with Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones, and covering The Band's Last Waltz. Those years are covered exhaustively in his new coffee table book, "All Access: The Rock and Roll Photography of Ken Regan."
Regan's diverse career included work in the worlds of sports, politics, fashion and celebrity, shooting subjects as diverse as Muhammad Ali, Wilt Chamberlain, Hank Aaron, the Kennedy family, Madonna and Oprah Winfrey. Over the past decade, he's worked on stills for film and special projects, with directors such as Jonathan Demme, Clint Eastwood and Alan Pakula.
In this AOL "You've Got" interview, Regan shares a key lesson he learned when touring with the Stones.