The Rolling Stones, Tin Pan Alley, 1963, by Terry O'Neill


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When Terry O’Neill took this photo of the Rolling Stones in 1963, they had only been a band for about a year. With the recent addition of drummer Charlie Watts and manager Andrew Loog Oldham, they were just trying their hand at songwriting. O’Neill photographed the young group in London’s Tin Pan Alley, which was London's epicenter of independently-owned record stores, cafes and recording studios in the 60s. Oldham specifically requested that O’Neill take this photo of the group, where they were at the cusp of cultivating the attitude and style that would come to define them as one of the greatest rock acts of the 20th century.⁠

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© Terry O'Neill. All rights reserved. Not to be reproduced without permission.

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