Terry O’Neill: Breaking Stones 1963 to 1965, A Band on the Brink of Superstardom

Tuesday, July 30th, 2019

‘Breaking Stones 1963 – 1965: A Band on the Brink of Superstardom,’ was an exhibition documenting the youth and dynamism of The Rolling Stones’ early formative years by esteemed photographer Terry O’Neill. This exhibition will be launching at Proud Chelsea in conjunction with the release of the highly anticipated book of the same name.
In the early 1960s, the world was undergoing extraordinary social changes, where class, money and power collided and the younger working class became the new idols of art, film, literature and music. Keith Richards has said, “Nobody knew at the time that 1963 was a pivotal year. There was a whiff in the air, and I think Terry O’Neill probably felt it as much as I did, but from different angles. Terry was behind the lens, everywhere, always.” Both the Rolling Stones and Terry O’Neill began their careers during these momentous years, launching them into the London Rock ‘n’ Roll scene and the Swinging Sixties. We are adding to our archives every week so please keep checking back and let us know anything you want to see.

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