Roger-Viollet | 1376251 | Ray Charles (1930-2004), American singer, composer and pianist, blind at the age of 7, his jazz, gospel, blues, country and rhythm and blues songs made him the first Afro-American voice. Here during a concert, at the Salle Pleyel. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), 7 October 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942). | © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet
Roger-Viollet | 1376251 | Ray Charles (1930-2004), American singer, composer and pianist, blind at the age of 7, his jazz, gospel, blues, country and rhythm and blues songs made him the first Afro-American voice. Here during a concert, at the Salle Pleyel. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), 7 October 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942). | © André Perlstein / Roger-Viollet

Ray Charles (1930-2004), American singer, composer and pianist, blind at the age of 7, his jazz, gospel, blues, country and rhythm and blues songs made him the first Afro-American voice. Here during a concert, at the Salle Pleyel. Paris (VIIIth arrondissement), 7 October 1969. Photograph by André Perlstein (born in 1942).

Reference
206447-13
License
Right Managed
Date of shooting
1969-10-07