Thursday, October 4, 2012

SPECIAL NOTICE: Very Rare Rolling Stones Photos on Display in Los Angeles


Brian Jones

Found: Photographs of the Rolling Stones, will be a month long exhibition of twenty-three rare and candid photographs that document the Rolling Stones in Savannah, Georgia and Clearwater, Florida in 1965. Archival prints will be for sale in both 24×36 and 7×10.

Photographs of the Rolling Stones,” an exhibit centered around a collection of unattributed photographs discovered at a Southern California estate sale. Curators Lauren White and George Augusto collaborated with Apart Projects to present the 23 never-before-publicly-displayed candid images, all taken from the band’s American tour in 1965.

The shots feature intimate portraits of band-mates Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman, and Ian Stewart, all set against the backdrop of 1960’s Savannah, Georgia and Clearwater, Florida. Read more at LA CONFIDENTIAL


  1. Good to see you Dr. are you? xK

  2. Hi Kim,

    I am extraordinarily fantastic, thank you. I see you have been publishing a lot recently on some of my favourites, so I've been reposting quite a bit. I guess it goes in fits and starts. So, business is healthy, life is great, spring and warmth is here down under, and the outdoors live music is starting up again after the winter hibernation. What bout yourself? How was your summer?


  3. Handsome. They sure really make it big, being able to do tours and featured at magazines and such. I hope that my IndieMode will also make it big someday.