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Mick Jagger

Music + Photography + Desert = A One-in-a-Lifetime Experience
October 7, 8, 9 and October 14, 15, 16
Performances by the Rolling Stones​, Bob Dylan and His Band​, Paul McCartney​, ​Neil Young + Promise of the Real​, Roger Waters, The Who
Photo Gallery

From deserttrip.com:

"The Desert Trip Photography Experience captures the nascent energy of the Sixties and Seventies rock milieu, with well over 200 photos featuring Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones, Roger Waters, The Who, and Neil Young. Shot by legendary photographers synonymous with the era, these images are as timeless as the music itself. These sometimes choreographed but often candid moments collectively tell the story of rock & roll’s rise to cultural prominence on both sides of the pond. Taken during an era fueled by the insatiable drive to innovate with this new art form and freely test the limits of creativity, these images (and their subjects) helped to define modern notions of youth, fame, style, sex appeal, confidence, and consciousness–and, of course, cool."

The estate of photographer Jim Marshall and partners Jack Daniel's and Austin City Limits Live re-imagine the Jack and Jim Gallery exhibit.

Launched in 2011, the JACK AND JIM gallery is most comprehensive public display of Jim Marshall's photographs and memorabilia continuously on view in the United States.

Portsmouth Guildhall, built in 1890, has played host to such music greats as Duke Ellington, The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pink Floyd and David Bowie. It now hosts an exhibit of Jim Marshall's photos of the Rolling Stones from their 1972 West Coast tour.

Keith Richards, 1972

AT THE O2 & SNAP GALLERIES IN NOVEMBER & DECEMBER 2012.

Keith Richard and Mick Jagger, at recording studio for Exile on Main Street, Los_Angeles, 1972

Summer 2012 GALLERY EXHIBIT in San Francisco.

The San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE) hosted an exciting exhibit of Jim Marshall's Rolling Stones images, focusing on shots taken while Jim was on assignment for LIFE in 1972.

Demonstrating his trademark "All Access" style, Jim captured the group both in the studio, while they put the finishing touches on their landmark double album "Exile on Main Street," and onstage, with incredible performance shots during the West Coast leg of their blockbuster U.S. Tour that summer.

GuitarTown—a public arts project on LA's Sunset Boulevard featured more than 25 Gibson Les Paul-mode guitar sculpture—including a ginormous fiberglass guitar celebrating Jim Marshall, in recognition of his artistry and contribution to music history.