See Inside! The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs

by J.C. Sciaccotta

30 November 2010

 

This collection of rare photographs of the Stones, taken by their US tour manager, Bob Bonis, as they toured the States from 1964-1966, shows the band in both public and private moments, documenting a critical time in their early career: coming to America. It features candid shots of the World’s Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band getting haircuts, bowling, and an entire section of pictures devoted to Keith picking his nose. If that isn’t rock ‘n roll, what is?

 

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