Andy Warhol took random Polaroid photos of Actors, Athletes, Celebrities and Musicians from 1970 to 1987. The musicians he took Polaroids of included John Lennon, Debbie Harry, Dolly Parton, Ric Ocasek and my favorite is a collection of several Mick Jagger shots taken in 1975.
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Jimi Hendrix was once a member of the United States Army but he famously wore these British Military jackets during the height of his career. Hendrix purchased the jackets at this thrift store named “I Was Lord Kitchener’s Valet”…
The Beatles and The Rolling Stones were heavily influenced by Bob Dylan as you can tell by these cool photos showing their musical tastes. John Lennon with Paul McCartney holding up a copy of the Dylan album “The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan”. Here’s one of Mick Jagger holding up a copy of the Dylan album “Bringing It All Back Home”.
Keith Richards and Mick Jagger have always had a love/hate relationship. They have slept with each others women, had shouting matches and have had a strained relationship for decades. I don’t know if they have every argued over this issue before but we want to know. Who has the hottest daughters???
Everyone wanted to meet or take a picture with the great Jimi Hendrix. Check it out some of the classic photos of Jimi with other musicians of his time. Even “Legends” want to meet a “Legend”
The Beatles did it, Jim Morrison did it and countless others did it too but I don’t know why it is so weird to see Mick Jagger with a full beard circa 1978-1979. Check it out… It’s almost like Mick is in disguise.
The Rolling Stones album “Beggars Banquet” was released on Decemeber 6, 1968 in a plain white cover imitating an invitation card, complete with an RSVP. The reason for the plain album cover was because the original album cover (a graffiti covered bathroom) was rejected by both Decca Records in England and London Records in the United States
Looks like the key ingredient If you want to party like a rockstar is a bottle of Jack Daniels Whiskey. Check out some key examples…
The Verve biggest song ever “Bittersweet Symphony” is bittersweet to the band and singer Richard Ashcroft after a lawsuit ending up awarding all songwriting credit and royalties to Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
The Verve – Bittwesweet Symphony vs. The Rolling Stones – The Last Time
Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson collaborated on two songs in the early 80’s that were never commercially released. One of the tracks was “State Of Shock” which was eventually released as a duet with Mick Jagger replacing Mercury on The Jacksons “Victory” album.