Brian Jones of The Rolling Stones was buried on July 10, 1969 in this lavish silver & bronze metal casket flown in from the United States and paid for by his friend Bob Dylan.
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When the Rolling Stones released their 2005 “Rarities” compilation, a few people pointed out that the album’s cover photo is missing an important element of the original photograph: former bassist Bill Wyman.
At the right edge of the cover on The Beatles, “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” album cover there is a Shirley Temple doll wearing a stripped sweater with letters on it. Upon a closer look, Temple’s sweater says “Welcome The Rolling Stones” an homage to The Beatles fellow British band and friends The Rolling Stones.
Bebe Buell (born Beverle Lorence Buell on July 14, 1953, in Portsmouth, Virginia) is an American fashion model and singer, and Playboy magazine’s November 1974 Playmate of the Month. But what Buell is most famous for is being “The Ultimate” Rock N’ Roll Groupie” known for dating and marrying rock musicians.
This is a photo of the famous musician named David Jones. The only problem was that there was already a musician going by the name of Davy Jones, a member of already famous The Monkees.
The Rolling Stones band logo – forever synonymous with the band – was designed by art student John Pasche in 1970, after the band became frustrated by designs provided by their label Decca. Mick Jagger reportedly approached the Royal College of Art in 1969 looking to commission images for the band.
The Dirty Mac were a one-time English super-group consisting of John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Keith Richards and Mitch Mitchell that Lennon put together for The Rolling Stones’ TV special entitled The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus. Recorded on 11 December 1968, this was the first time that Lennon, who was still with The Beatles, had performed in public without the other Beatles
In 1963, The Rolling Stones recorded a short jingle for a Rice Krispies television advertisement in which the group performed incognito. Sounds crazy to hear Mick Jagger singing about cereal. Here’s what The Rolling Stones looked like way back then in 1963.