June 4, 1975 The Rolling Stones played at the Convention Center in San Antonio Texas and took the opportunity to take these photos at The Alamo. Mick Jagger has the British Union Jack draped around him while Ronnie Wood holds the Texas state flag and Keith Richards displays the Confederate flag.
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The album covers for Mötley Crüe first two albums “Too Fast For Love” (1981) and “Shout At The Devil” (1983) are nearly exact copies of album covers by The Beatles and The Rolling Stones.
Check out these awesome photos of Mick Jagger, Jimmy Page, Paul McCartney and Jim Morrison having some fun in the sun. The Jim Morrison photo is awesome!!!
Chevy Metal is a “Dirt Rock” cover band that consists of Foo Fighters, Taylor Hawkins (drums) and Chris Shiflett (guitar) along with Wiley Hodgden (bass). On April 14, 2012, Chevy Metal played a private fund raising gig at Dave Grohl’s daughters school, where Chevy Metal was joined on stage by Grohl and Joan Jett for a cover of “I Love Rock N’ Roll”.
David Bowie and Lou Reed kissing??? According to Bowie this was not a kiss, in 1993 he said, “This was at the Cafe Royal in London after the final Ziggy gig at Hammersmith. Lou Reed and Mick Jagger, who’s behind us, came down. I’m not actually kissing him.
Here’s a strange photo of Mick Jagger showing his drummer Charlie Watts some love…Who knew Mick was into old men???
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.
In the late 1970’s and early 1980’s many pretty cool looking Rock N’ Roll pinball machines made it to the local arcades. Check out some of these flyers for the pinball machines I found at The Arcade Flyer Archive.
Joe Dallesandro is famous for being one of the “Warhol Superstars” (a clique of New York City personalities promoted by artist Andy Warhol in the 1960’s & 70’s). He is considered to be the most famous male sex symbol of American underground films and also a sex symbol of the gay subculture.
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”.