"Unzipped," The New Rolling Stones Book In The Band's Own Words Available

The Rolling Stones have a new book entitled "Unzipped" hitting the bookshelves this fall. With 288 pages, including over 400 illustrations and photos and an introduction from well-known Rollling Stone magazine writer Anthony DeCurtis, the book presents a comprehensive visual history tracing the group's nearly 60-year career.

"Unzipped" traces the band's impact and influence on music, art, design, fashion, photography, and filmmaking with archival photos, artwork, and memorabilia along with fresh commentary by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood. Adding perspective are other interviews from blues great Buddy Guy, producer Don Was, Martin Scorsese, and more.

In addition to stills from films, videos, and documentary footage, photographic sections showcase the Stones’ musical instruments, their stage clothing, album cover designs, notebooks with lyrics, and tape boxes from the original recording sessions. "The Rolling Stones: Unzipped" will accompany a touring exhibition of the same name, scheduled to open next in late November 2021 outside Toronto, Canada.

The Rolling Stones - Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, and Charlie Watts before his death, have all been interviewed specifically for the exhibition and this accompanying book.

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