The Rolling Stones in Green Park

1 portrait of Brian Jones

The Rolling Stones in Green Park

by Peter Stone, for Daily Mirror
modern bromide print, 11 January 1967
9 5/8 in. x 14 in. (245 mm x 355 mm) overall
Given by Mirrorpix, 2009
Photographs Collection
NPG x134772


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Artistsback to top

  • Daily Mirror. Artist associated with 37 portraits.
  • Peter Stone (1943-2004), Photographer. Artist associated with 1 portrait.

Sittersback to top

  • Fiona Adams (1935-), Photographer. Sitter associated with 2 portraits, Artist of 2 portraits.
  • Reg Childs, Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait.
  • Ron Falloon, Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait, Artist of 2 portraits.
  • Monty Fresco (1919-1997), Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait.
  • Trevor Humphries, Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait.
  • Jimmy Jackson, Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait.
  • Sir Michael Philip ('Mick') Jagger (1943-), Singer and composer; lead vocalist for the Rolling Stones. Sitter in 49 portraits.
  • Brian Jones (1942-1969), Musician; founder and instrumentalist for the Rolling Stones. Sitter in 15 portraits.
  • Terry Kirk, Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait.
  • Ron Ockindon, Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait.
  • Bill Orchard (1940-), Photographer. Sitter associated with 1 portrait, Artist of 1 portrait.
  • Keith Richards (1943-), Musician; guitarist and bass guitarist for the Rolling Stones. Sitter in 22 portraits.
  • Charles Robert ('Charlie') Watts (1941-), Drummer for the Rolling Stones. Sitter in 22 portraits.
  • Bill Wyman (1936-), Musician; bass guitarist for the Rolling Stones; founder of Bill Wyman's Rhythm Kings. Sitter in 22 portraits.

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Peter Stone's reportage photograph of a Rolling Stones press call in Green Park provides a visual roll call of leading photographers of the time such as Fiona Adams, Ron Falloon, Monty Fresco and Bill Orchard. The photograph was taken a few days before the Stones's infamous appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show in New York, 15 January 1967, when the band had to change the lyrics of their new single 'Let's Spend the Night Together' due to censorship. The band's fifth studio album Between the Buttons was released in the UK on 20 January 1967.

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