Collection of 13 original vintage glossy photos of the Rolling Stones by noted rock and roll photographer Mike Barich, 8 x 10 and 10 x 8, showing the band performing live at the Metropolitan Sports Center in Bloomington, Minnesota, on June 18, 1972, during their 48-show American tour, or 'Stones Touring Party,' in support of their Exile on Main St. album. The collection includes eight photos that exclusively focus on frontman Mick Jagger, two of Jagger with guitarist Mick Taylor, one of Jagger with guitarist Keith Richards, and two photos of the band on stage with background lights. Includes a few duplicates. Reverse of each photo bears Mike Barich credit stamps. In overall fine condition. The Stones show in Bloomington marked only the second time the band had ever appeared in Minnesota. The first time was in 1964, when they played to a crowd of several hundred people at the old Danceland Ballroom at Excelsior Amusement Park.
From the Tony Glover Collection.
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