lunes, 16 de junio de 2014

Fotos de los Rolling Stones




Este es un pequeño tributo a una de las mejores bandas de Rock de todos los tiempos, son 16 fotos donde se refleja el paso de los años, sin que por ese motivo nos haya dejado de hacer sentir su fuerza en el escenario, gracias Rollings 

1963 - An early Rolling Stones line-up performance, including co-founder Ian Stewart (back right), who was dismissed from the band in May 1963 but stayed on as road manager and pianist.



1963 - Their first single was a cover of Chuck Berry's Come On, and was released in June 1963. The line-up at the time consisted of (clockwise from top) Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Brian Jones and Bill Wyman.


1964 - On November 23 1964 the Rolling Stones were banned from the BBC for showing up late for radio shows. They had been marketed as a rock 'n' roll version of the Beatles. 

1964 - On November 23 1964 the Rolling Stones were banned from the BBC for showing up late for radio shows. They had been marketed as a rock 'n' roll version of the Beatles. 


1967 - Anita Pallenberg was originally the partner of Rolling Stones multi-instrumentalist Brian Jones, but left him for guitarist Keith Richards in 1967 (pictured here, with Pallenberg). Pallenberg is credited as singing backing vocals on Sympathy for the Devil.


1968 - The band were renowned for their distinctive performance style, in particular that of frontman Mick Jagger. Here, they are seen rehearsing for a television appearance at Wembley. 


1969 - The Rolling Stones are pictured at London's Saville Theatre, following their tour of America. 


1971 - As notorious for his relationships as for his music, Mick Jagger married Bianca De Macias in a Catholic ceremony in Saint-Tropez. The band had moved to the south of France earlier that year as tax exiles. 


1976 - Ronnie Wood joined as a guitarist and bassist in 1975, and remains a member of the group today. Here, he is seen performing with Mick Jagger in Glasgow.


1995 - By 1993, the final line-up of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood was formed. Here, Wood and Richards perform at Wembley stadium in London.


2005 - They announced the name of their new album, A Bigger Bang, on July 26 2005 - their first in eight years. Here, Mick Jagger is seen performing at the opening of the The Bigger Bang tour at Fenway Park in Boston.

2008 - The four current members appear at a screening of Shine A Light, a documentary about The Rolling Stones by director Martin Scorsese.


2013 - Headlining the Pyramid Stage on the Saturday night of Glastonbury 2013.


2013 - Their Glastonbury 2013 headline set.


2013 - On stage in Hyde Park.





1 comentario:

  1. Los más grandes. Ahí estaré, el 25 de Junio viéndolos....

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