The Rolling Stones, ‘Line Up Outside The Tin Pan Alley Club’
By Terry O’Neill
London, U.K., 1963
Lambda print hand-signed by Terry O’Neill
Limited Edition of 50
Paper size 30h x 30w inches
The Rolling Stones outside the Tin Pan Alley Club in London, 1963. The Tin Pan Alley was the legendary home of Britain’s music scene since 1911 and artists such as David Bowie, The Kins and Black Sabbath all recorded at studios nearby. Today a blue plaque marks the significance of this historic spot. ‘Terry O’Neill captured us on the street, and that made all the difference. Terry captured the time’ said the former band’s manager, Andrew Loog Oldham.
‘I could see right away these guys were different. They just looked cool. At first, they weren’t really sure what their style would be back then. They tried to dress alike, in suits, but that didn’t fit. They wanted to be individuals. I took them over to Tin Pan Alley and captured the band on the brink of superstardom.’ Terry O’Neill
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