THE ROLLING STONES 2ND U.S. CONCERT

The Rolling Stones

The Rolling Stones
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The Rolling Stones 2nd ever US concert took place at the San Antonio Teen Fair in San Antonio, Texas on June 6, 1964. Note the rented drum set!

Although not shown in the photo, one of the other acts on the bill included Bobby Keys who became friends with The Stones. Keyes is best known as being the main saxophone player for The Rolling Stones, playing on every album from 1969 until 1974, and from 1980 to present, and performing on all Stones tours since 1970.

He is known for playing the saxophone solo on the 1971 hit "Brown Sugar" and for the film shot of him and Keith Richards (born the same day as Keys) throwing a television set from the 10th floor of a hotel somewhere during the 1972 American Tour, as seen in the Stones' unreleased 1972 concert movie Cocksucker Blues.

Exhibition: The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs
Photographer: Bob Bonis
Subjects: The Rolling Stones, - Mick Jagger, - Keith Richards, - Brian Jones, - Bill Wyman
Date: June 6, 1964
Print Type: Archival Digital C-Print
C prints can also be made using digital exposure systems such as the Durst Lambda yielding a digital C print (sometimes called a Lambda print or LightJet print). These digital systems expose the paper using red, green, and blue lasers or light emitting diodes, and have the capability of correcting paper sensitivity errors.


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