RollingStones.comThe photo exhibition celebrating The Rolling Stones' 50th anniversary that went on display in London this past July is set to make its U.S. debut next week. "The Rolling Stones: 50" exhibit, which features a career-spanning selection of rare images of the band, will open on Wednesday, November 7, at the Paley Center for Media in New York City.
The exhibition, which is fully sanctioned by The Stones, boasts 70 prints, including candid pics of the band members, in-concert shots and photos of the group in the recording studio. Augmenting the photo display will be a variety of archival footage of classic TV appearances by The Stones that come from the Paley Center's collection. Among the clips will be the band's U.S. television debut on Hollywood Palace, various visits to The Ed Sullivan Show, a 1978 appearance on Saturday Night Live and the band's halftime performance at the 2006 Super Bowl.
"The Rolling Stones: 50" will be on display at the facility's Spielberg Gallery until January 6, 2013. The exhibit will be viewable to everyone paying the admission price for the Paley Center -- $10 for adults, $8 for students and senior citizens, and $5 for children under 14. The center is open Wednesdays through Sundays. Visit PaleyCenter.org for more information.
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