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Vanity Fair

- Nov 16, 2010

The Rolling Stones’ First Trip Across the Pond

Nearly 50 years ago, a talent agent named Bob Bonis landed a gig managing the inaugural U.S. tour of a band called the Rolling Stones. He earned their trust enough to take 2,700 photographs of the band members, snapping them while watching TV, drinking fruity drinks by the pool, or cracking jokes. The result is one of the most vast and valuable archives of rock photographs ever assembled, finally available to the public as a new book: The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs: The Bob Bonis Archive, 1964-66.

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First Look NY

- Mar 21, 2009



ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE

- Mar 19, 2009

SECRET HISTORY OF THE STONES

When the Rolling Stones toured America in 1965, their tour manager, Bob Bonis, took thousands of photos of the band, most of which have never been seen before...

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FOX Business

- Mar 18, 2009

Not Fade Away Gallery Opens to International Acclaim

Just two weeks following the VIP opening of New York's newest fine-art photographic gallery - Not Fade Away Gallery - which premiered the first-ever look at previously undiscovered and unknown photographs of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones from their first US tours in 1964 - 1966, the Gallery has already generated national and international attention from major book publishers, film production companies, television networks as well as celebrity collectors of photographs.

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RollingStone.com

- Mar 18, 2009

PHOTOS: THE SECRET HISTORY OF THE ROLLING STONES AND THE BEATLES

Between 1964 and '66, Bob Bonis was the tour manager for both the Rolling Stones' first U.S. tour and the Beatles' last. He was also, as luck would have it, a serious hobbyist photographer...

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Crain's New York Business

- Mar 09, 2009

edited by Valerie Block

STILL LOVE THEM, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH
Old hipsters like rock photographer Bob Gruen and Woodstock promoter Michael Lang...

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Newsweek Magazine

- Mar 09, 2009

WHY DON'T WE DO IT IN THE ROAD?

by Sarah Ball

It has the feel of a lovingly crafted album of vacation photos on Facebook: a bunch of young guys in beach chairs, nursing fruity drinks and flipping the bird at the camera...

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NY1 TV and Website

- Mar 06, 2009

NEW EXHIBIT OFFERS INTIMATE PORTRAITS OF THE BEATLES, STONES

NY1's Stephanie Simon filed the following report.

A new photo exhibit now on display in Chelsea lets Beatles and Rolling Stones fans get an intimate, and previously unseen, look into the lives of Mick, Keith, John and Paul...

SEE THE VIDEO - CLICK READ MORE AND THEN THE ENCLOSED LINK

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Daily News Gatecrasher

- Mar 05, 2009

KEITH'S KIDS THINK STONES CAN GET THEIR ACT TOGETHER

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The Independent On Sunday

- Mar 05, 2009

MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR: EXHIBITION REVEALS UNSEEN BEATLES AND ROLLING STONES IMAGES

By John Walsh

As their manager, Bob Bonis travelled America with The Beatles and Rolling Stones. Now his treasure trove of pictures is revealed for the first time...

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GQ Magazine's Men.Style.com

- Mar 05, 2009

UNDER KEEF'S THUMB

by Corey Seymour

The British Are Coming: The Beatles and the Rolling Stones 1964-66, the inaugural exhibit at Not Fade Away Gallery in New York, manages - against long odds, and after a barrage of advance press - a fresh take on a cliched subject...

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Blender.com

- Mar 05, 2009

FOUND: "LOST" BEATLES AND ROLLING STONES PHOTOS BY BOB BONIS

Thank heavens The Beatles and The Rolling Stones’ 1st US tour manager Bob Bonis had his camera with him, or else we wouldn’t have these amazing photos (some exclusive to Blender.com) from 1964-1966...

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Daily News

- Mar 04, 2009

EVENTS FOR WEDNESDAY IN NEW YORK

Check out never before seen photos...

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Getty Images

- Mar 03, 2009

NOT FADE AWAY GALLERY OPENING

NEW YORK - MARCH 03: Singer Constantine Maroulis attends the opening of the Not Fade Away Gallery on March 3, 2009 in New York City.

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Getty Images

- Mar 03, 2009

GETTY IMAGES COVERS GALLERY OPENING

Photographer Michael Loccisano covered the March 3rd opening of Not Fade Away Gallery and posted his great photos on the Getty Images website.

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FOX News

- Mar 03, 2009


New York Post

- Mar 01, 2009

LOST PICS OF THE BEATLES & STONES
The discovery of The Bob Bonis Archive was announced...

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Celebrity Datebook

- Mar 01, 2009

THE BRITISH ARE COMING: THE BEATLES & THE ROLLING STONES 1964-66 GRAND OPENING PARTY

INVITATION ONLY, never before seen photos from...

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FOX News

- Feb 28, 2009

Exclusive Sneak Peek: Lost Photos of The Beatles and The Rolling Stones

Forty-five years after the The Beatles and The Rolling Stones first came to America, a collection of unpublished photos of the young bands is being displayed for the first time...

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FOX Business

- Feb 26, 2009

Lost Photos of the Young Beatles and Rolling Stones (1964-66) to Debut at New NYC Gallery

Forty-five years after The Beatles and The Rolling Stones first came to America, an extraordinary collection of "lost" photos of the young bands has just been discovered.

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Newsweek Magazine Blog

- Feb 26, 2009

Never-Before-Seen Beatles, Rolling Stones Photos to Hit Gallery

by Sarah Ball

It could be just another Facebook vacation-photo album: a bunch of 20-something guys draped over a few beach chairs, knocking back some fruity-looking drinks and clowning for the camera. The captions could read "Spring Break '09." Instead, some of the photos could carry price tags with strings of zeros...

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Crain's New York Business

- Feb 23, 2009

edited by Valerie Block

PHOTO TOUR DE FORCE
NOT FADE AWAY GALLERY, a new business at 901 Broadway, opens with a splash on March 4.

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