The Rolling Stones shooting the video for 'I Go Wild' in Mexico City in January 1995
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performing ‘Jumping Jack Flash’ with water & rose petals during their European Tour, Berlin 1973
I heard The Rolling Stones were doing a gig at the Roundhouse. I didn’t have ticket or pass. Waving my camera I blagged my way in
This was the second and last time that the Stones wore these check jackets.
Los Angeles October 1989, Keith Richards performs onstage on The Rolling Stones Steel Wheels Tour
Glastonbury Festival June 2013, Mick Jagger headlining with the Rolling Stones on the Pyramid Stage
Mick Jagger with the Rolling Stones performing in Glasgow, 1973
The Rolling Stones 'take a bow' at the end of their Los Angeles concert during their Steel Wheels Tour in 1989
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performing in Philadelphia, USA 1981 “you all right at the back?”
One of the shots from the very first photo shoot in early 1963. Taken five days after Andrew Loog Oldham signed the band.
Keith Richards and Mick Jagger, New York, USA 1978
Don’t try this now as you would probably drown. Standing on the Thames during the first photo shoot.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood (hidden), video shoot, New York, USA 1978
Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones, tour bus, Scotland 1982
Does she still like The Stones?. Outside 113 Cheyne Walk. Later Mick, Charlie and Bill all got houses in the area.
Keith Richards performing at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 1989 during The Rolling Stones Steel Wheel Tour
Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones by a barn door at his home in Upstate New York after his famous drug arrest in Toronto, 1978.
Hyde Park, July 1969 Mick Jagger performs onstage at 'Stones in the Park' just two days after the death of former band member Brian Jones
Keith Haynes Rolling Stones artwork recreates fifty-one spines of the band's albums to form a unique limited edition fine art print
Rory was soft-spoken, kind of a shy, and he really liked the gesture of bringing him a flower, he held it as he spoke to me.
He never seems to stop playing - minutes later he was leading his band up to the stage and was still playing as he walked off afterwards.
Photographed at the Cheyenne Diner on the west side of Manhattan in May of 1998. Rufus was polite charming and relaxed.
This is my preferred time of year to shoot, whereby the sun is low and casts wonderful long shadows. This setting in Hyde Park was perfect.