Scott Segelbaum, owner of the Rock Art Show touring show conceived of the idea of a Rock & Roll Fine Art Show in 1992 while working with KLSX Radio/Los Angeles. The one-week show was held at the Directors Guild Building on Sunset Boulevard. During its five year run, the show was attended by many high profile rock and rollers including: Elton John, Brian Wilson, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood, Brian Setzer, Graham Nash, Joe Walsh, Peter Frampton, Jon Anderson, Robby Krieger and many others. During this time Scott made a lot of close contacts with musicians and their art. Scott was also hired as a consultant for the book, “Musicians as Artists” (Journey Editions, 1994). The Rock Art Show was a tremendous success on all levels. The show was featured on CNN, Entertainment Tonight, E!, as well as all local Los Angeles TV and newspapers. The event raised over a million dollars for charity during its five years. The Rock Art Show was also honored at the 1994 National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Convention with an award as the “Best of the Best” Public Service Promotions.
In 1999, Scott brought the Rock Art Show to Philadelphia with WMGK Radio. The annual show has proven to be a tremendous success in Philadelphia too. The show also generates a great deal of press attention as well as raising money for charity. The Rock Art Show was awarded with an Achievement in Radio (AIR) Award in 2001 as the “Best Radio Sponsored Community Event of the Year.”
In 2004, Scott Segelbaum started his own company, Right Brain Revenue, Inc. and has been touring the Rock Art Show in association with local radio stations ever since. The show features approximately 150 pieces of art including limited edition prints from Rock Artists, incredible photographs taken by legendary rock photographers, concert posters, Beatles animation paintings, gold records and much more. The show travels to approximately 35 cities per year.
In 2010, Scott was asked to accompany Ringo Starr on his summer tour, setting up and selling Ringo’s limited edition, fine art work at all of his summer concerts. 100% of Ringo’s proceeds are donated to the Lotus Foundation.
In addition to the Rock Art Show, Right Brain Revenue, Inc. licenses fine art photographs to radio stations for use on billboards, creates and executes public relations and advertising campaigns for media research companies and consultants and assists on radio marketing for Capitol Records Beatles and Beatles related projects.