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Photographic Evidence Mick Jagger Has Huge Rolling Stones

Never-Before-Seen photos of the Stones and Beatles can be yours!

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Bob Bonis tour managed The Rolling Stones and The Beatles from 1964 - 1966. With his unequaled access, he shot lots of candid, behind-the-scenes photos of the groups. Those photos have sat unseen in his private collection for nearly 50 years.

Now, they can be yours. The photos are being sold on eBay, and a portion of the proceeds from purchased photos will go toward the Grammy Museum. They won't be up for auction, but sold instead at set "Buy It Now" prices starting at $175. Each size has a limited run. There are currently 30 photos up for sale, and the Bob Bonis Archive plans to continue releasing new photos from their vast collection over the next two years. They too will be sold on eBay through the Grammy Museum. Each photo comes with a certificate of authentication.
The Bob Bonis Archive

Now, they can be yours.

The photos are being sold on eBay, and a portion of the proceeds from purchased photos will go toward the Grammy Museum. They won't be up for auction, but sold instead at set "Buy It Now" prices starting at $175. Each size has a limited run. There are currently 30 photos up for sale, and the Bob Bonis Archive plans to continue releasing new photos from their vast collection over the next two years. They too will be sold on eBay through the Grammy Museum. Each photo comes with a certificate of authentication.

Bonis' photos offer a peek at the British Invasion from a rare angle -- inside it. This photo of John Lennon was taken backstage in '66 at a Beatles concert in St. Louis.

Bob Bonis Archive

The photos have never been public until now.

Bob Bonis Archive

And they're revealing.

Bob Bonis Archive

Oh, so revealing.

Bob Bonis Archive
Bob Bonis Archive
Bob Bonis Archive

Like this one of a young Mick Jagger hanging pool side in Florida on the Stones' Satisfaction Tour.

Bob Bonis Archive

Or this one of him sizing up the competition.

Bob Bonis Archive

There are a few photos of the guys just chillin' pre-gig sippin' suds.

Bob Bonis Archive

Suds on suds on suds.

Bob Bonis Archive

And Bonis got some great performance shots from up close.

You can see every speck of trash on the stage. (Real talk: couldn't someone have given Ringo a broom between songs?)
Bob Bonis Archive

You can see every speck of trash on the stage. (Real talk: couldn't someone have given Ringo a broom between songs?)

Bonis even caught Mick in his very mysterious and rarely discussed ventriloquism phase, which not many people know about.

Bob Bonis Archive

The never-before-seen photos are up for sale now on eBay.

Bob Bonis Archive

Tell all your friends!

Bob Bonis Archive
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