Description: Rolling Stones on Air in the Sixties:
- The first official, in-depth history of the Rolling Stones told through the band's television and radio broadcasts appearance by appearance published to tie in with the global release of a DVD containing recently discovered, never before released footage of the Stones on TV, in front of and behind the cameras. The Rolling Stones on Air in the Sixties is a unique chronicle of the band's rise to fame during the 1960s. It begins with a letter the BBC received from Brian Jones in January 1963, politely requesting an audition for "The Rollin' Stones Rhythm and Blues Band," and ends with the story of the group's performance of "Let It Bleed" for BBC's end of the decade celebration television program Ten Years of What.
Published September 26, 2017. Hardcover. 320 pages.
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Style Code: 1210963213