“I used to be a jazz drummer before I took up photography, so they thought I was an expert on music.They asked me who I liked, and I said I liked The Rolling Stones, who played in a club down in Richmond. So I got them up to London. Their manager Andrew Oldham was really cooperative – they used to come to the office if I couldn’t get out – that’s how willing they were to do pictures in those days. So I photographed the Stones and that was the start of pop pictures in newspapers.” ― Terry O’Neill.
© Photo by Terry O’Neill, ca. 1963.