toda noticia "stone", la encontras aqui ....! "every stone news, you find it here"

* toda noticia "stone", la encontras aqui ! : informaciòn de los miembros de la banda, sus mùsicos, sus esposas , sus ex esposas , parientes e hijos ...

* "every stone news, you find it here: information of its members, its musicans and their wives, ex wives, partners and children ...."

* Los Stones son más que una banda de rock , los Stones son un estilo de vida!

* The Stones are more than a rock band, the Stones are of life style !

* Las publicaciones son trabajos de investigación, interpretación y traducción del autor ( Marcelo Tejera ) y no pueden ser reproducidos en otros sitios web, en todo o en parte, sin su autorización expresa.

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miércoles, 1 de julio de 2015

Presentamos : Exclusivo! 28 piezas que forman parte de " Exhibicionismo" (500 piezas en total) a partir del 6 de Abril de 2016 , en London's Saatchi Gallery

 Los Rolling Stones presentaran como nunca has visto antes
Fotografías exclusivas de la infancia que formaràn parte de una nueva exposición de 500 piezas
El cuarteto ha proporcionado piezas clave de sus archivos personales
'Exhibicionismo' se llevará a cabo en Saatchi Gallery de Londres el 6 de abril 2016

We present: Exclusive! 28 pieces that are part of "Exhibitionism" (500 pieces in total) from April 6, 2016, at London's Saatchi Gallery

 The Rolling Stones pictured as you've never seen them before
Exclusive childhood photographs form part of a new 500-piece exhibition 
The four-piece have provided key pieces from their personal archives 
'Exhibitionism' will be held at London's Saatchi Gallery on April 6, 2016 


28 pieces:

A never-before-seen image of Mick Jagger, aged three, looking smart in knee-length shorts, at home in Brent Lane, Dartford in 1946, will feature in the London-based exhibition 

 Keith Richards, aged four, while on a family holiday in 1947 at Southend-On-Sea, Essex

Ronnie Wood, aged four, dressed in a striped shirt and dungarees, is pictured at his home in Whitehorn Avenue, Yiewsley, West London, in 1951

A stylish Charlie Robert Watts, aged two, with his mother Lillian and father Charles in Piccadilly Circus, London, in 1943

 Ronnie Wood, aged nine months old, pictured in 1947 with his mother Elizabeth in Hillingdon, West London

The Rolling Stones, pictured from left, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood, have delved into their personal archives to provide never-before-seen artefacts for the exhibition

A school photograph of a nine-year-old Mick Jagger, pictured in 1951, at Wentworth Junior County Primary School in his home town of Dartford

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Mick Jagger's Chrissie Walsh-designed Britannia flag cape, worn at the UK gigs in June on the band's European Tour of 1982, left, and Keith Richard's faux-fur coat from London fashion designer Fletcher Joyce from the 1994 Voodoo Lounge Tour, right, are some of the garments on display 

Mick Jagger, left, aged eight, is pictured on a family holiday with his younger brother Chris, right, in 1951

Fans of the band can also view posters from The Rolling Stones' tours, including the above image from 1999

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This 1957 Les Paul custom guitar, bought by Keith in 1966, left, and Brian's Gibson Firebird III, right, are part of the 500-piece exhibition 

The Rolling Stones Urban Jungle  European Tour 1990 poster is another piece of artwork on display 

The exhibition will also include tour posters, including this from The Rolling Stones Australian Tour in 1973

Mick Jagger's red Grenadier Guards drummer jacket was made by Moss Brothers in London. He wore it for an appearance on the iconic British TV show, Ready Steady Go! on 27 May 1966 when the band played, Paint It Black

A flamboyant clothing item on display includes Keith's feather top hat, which was used on the Voodoo Lounge Tour that started in August 1994 in Washington DC

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Posters from The Rolling Stones tours in 1998, left, and 1972, right, will be available to view by the public

The Saatchi Gallery's 'Exhibitionism' event will include this Rolling Stones European Tour poster from 1973

Mick Jagger's beautiful butterfly jacket was designed by L'Wren Scott for the bands appearance at Hyde Park in July 2013. It was inspired by the Stones' iconic appearance in Hyde Park in 1969 when, following the death of Brian Jones, they released thousands of butterflies just prior to performing

This vibrant graphic was used to promote the London-born band's American Tour of 1981

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In March 1966, Brian Jones played a Dulcimer when the Stones recorded 'Lady Jane' for the album Aftermath. Brian then commissioned Jennings Musical Instruments to make him this electric Vox, left, for the UK tour in 1966, while this vintage 1930s guitar, right, was given to Mick as a gift in 1991 by the legendary Les Paul

This 1978 poster will form part of The Rolling Stones 'Exhibitionism' at London's Saatchi Gallery in April

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood have opened their personal archives to release rare artefacts and tour posters 

This World Tour 2002/03 poster, featuring the band's iconic lips emblem, will be showcased at the exhibition

This Rolling Stones poster, used to promote the band's Americas Tour of 1975, will also be on display

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