Just three months after the first live performance of the Rolling Stones, the Hungarian group OMEGA was founded with a concert in Budapest in September 1962. Today their founding member Benkö Lászlò died in Budapest.
On September 01st, 2017 OMEGA visited the Rolling Stones Museum (Stones Pavilion) in Bautzen:
Benkö László (far left) with his band mates and two fans.
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Gered Mankowitz was not the only one who visited the Stones at home and could take photos in their very private sphere back in 1966. The Danish photographer Bent Rej also took some brilliant shoots from the “Stones At Home”. The German youth magazine BRAVO picked up some of his best photographs and made out a series of five sequenced photo stories in five consecutive numbers. Here we go:
BRAV Forum: Tell Me
Child of the Moon would you provide the most interesting details from the article. I am curious why German press write about that show.
An east-German student of photography, Michael Wagner, heard about the Stones concert in Warsaw. He went to Warsaw and made it into the Palac Kultury i Nauki without a ticket but trickery. He photographed during the show. He never showed his pi Forum: Tell Me
There goes the Challenger being chased
By the blue blue meanies on wheels
The vicious traffic squad cars are
After our lone driver
The last American hero
The the electric sitar
The super driver of the golden west!
Two nasty nazi cars are close behind
The beautiful lone driver
The police cars are getting closer-closer
Closer to our soul hero in his soul mobile ye Forum: Tell Me