Bruce Springsteen's sister, Pam Springsteen, along with legendary photographer David Michael Kennedy, have a joint show running at Manhattan's Morrison Hotel Gallery, showcasing their iconic shots of "The Boss." The exhibit, titled From Nebraska To Tom Joad, spotlights the pair's respective collections, prints of which are all for sale.

Kennedy is renowned for his 1982 Nebraska album cover and the bleak portraits of Springsteen shot for the album's inner sleeve and other photos, which have become legendary over the years. Pam Springsteen is showing her classic photos of her brother, which were used as part of 1995 The Ghost Of Tom Joad album, publicity, and CD singles. The show will run through November 2nd.

We asked Pam Springsteen to shed light on photographing her big brother back in '95 for the Tom Joad project: "The brief was, 'I have a record coming out -- you wanna go take some pictures?' I said, 'Sure, let's go (laughs).' And we hopped in the car and we drove to the desert. I'm sure there was a little more to it than that, but really -- not a lot. And, y'know, I'm sure I heard some of the music before we went out, and so we went out to the desert one day just for a ride, pulled over took some pictures and that's how it began, this. . . for this group of photos."

AUDIO: PAM SPRINGSTEEN ON PHOTOGRAPHING HER BROTHER