This Nov. 11, 1965 photo supplied by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum shows, from left, Brian Jones, Charlie Watts and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones on the NBC teen music show "Hullabaloo," in New York. Rare photos of the young Rolling Stones, taken by their tour manager Bob Bonis during their first years in the United States, will be unveiled during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fames celebration of the group next month. The photos will be shown as part of a weeklong tribute to the band for the Rock Halls Music Masters Series, from Oct. 21 to Oct. 26. (AP Photo/Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Bob Bonis)
Rare Rolling Stones pics to be shown at rock hall
The Associated Press
First Published Sep 26 2013 10:35 am • Last Updated Sep 26 2013 12:11 pm
New York • Rare photos of the young Rolling Stones, taken by their tour manager during their first years in the United States, will be unveiled during the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s celebration of the group next month.
Bob Bonis was the group’s tour manager from 1964 to 1966. The photos show a wide range of their activities, from performances onstage to hanging out. One photo shows Keith Richards cutting Charlie Watts’ hair.
The photos will be part of a weeklong tribute for the Music Masters Series, to be held Oct. 21 to Oct. 26.
Some of the musicians who worked with the group will attend a concert, and other events will be held during the week.
The series has also honored Woody Guthrie, Aretha Franklin, Janis Joplin and Chuck Berry. The museum is located in Cleveland.
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