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The Rolling Stones backstage after being voted best R&B band for the fifth consecutive

The Rolling Stones backstage after being voted best R&B band for the fifth consecutive



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The Rolling Stones backstage after being voted best R&B band for the fifth consecutive

The Rolling Stones backstage after being voted best R&B band for the fifth consecutive year at The New Musical Express Poll winners concert. Left to right: Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman.
12th May 1968

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In this iconic photograph, we see The Rolling Stones basking in their well-deserved victory as they pose backstage after being voted the best R&B band for an incredible fifth consecutive year at The New Musical Express Poll winners concert. It is May 12th, 1968, a time when the world was captivated by the raw energy and rebellious spirit of rock 'n' roll. From left to right, we have Brian Jones, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Keith Richards, and Bill Wyman. Their youthful faces are filled with genuine joy and satisfaction as they hold their prestigious award. Dressed in stylish attire befitting their status as music icons of the era, these talented musicians exude confidence and charisma. The dressing room ambiance hints at the excitement that must have permeated throughout the entire event. Instruments rest against walls adorned with posters of other legendary bands from that era. A Gibson guitar leans casually against a chair nearby - a symbol of both artistic expression and rebellion. This print captures not only a moment frozen in time but also represents an important milestone in music history. The Rolling Stones were pioneers who pushed boundaries and redefined what it meant to be an R&B band during this transformative decade. As we gaze upon this image today, it serves as a reminder of how far they've come since those early days – still relevant after all these years – leaving an indelible mark on popular culture through their timeless music and unforgettable performances.

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