As The Rolling Stones regroup to resume their "No Filter Tour", an exhibit in Chicago is set to open during the month of June with a rare look back into their history. "The Rolling Stones at Chess" will commemorate the 55th anniversary of the band's visit to Chess Records, featuring more than 50 photos of the band members at those recording sessions, many of which are previously unseen. Other images include pics of The Stones taken during the group's second trip to Chicago, in November '64.
The exhibit will be housed at Willie Dixon's Blues Heaven Foundation, which sits at 2120 South Michigan Avenue, site of the original Chess Records building. It opens next Wednesday and runs through June 29. Admission is $15 and a tour of the building is included in that price.
It was at these famous sessions in 1964 the 'Stones recorded their U.K. EP Five by Five and the song that became their first #1 hit in the U.K., a cover of Bobby Womack's "It's All Over Now." You can get more details HERE
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