Rolling Stones exhibition opens at Dublin Airport

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    The Rolling Stones in an airport bus at Dublin Airport in September 1965. From left to right: Brian Jones, Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman.

    Dublin Airport has opened its very own tribute to The Rolling Stones.

    The tribute comes in the shape of an exhibition of archive photographs of the band from 1965, most of which had never been seen publicly until a couple of months ago.

    The exhibition, which coincides with The Rolling Stones 50th anniversary, opened yesterday and features 20 black and white images of the band on an Irish tour in September 1965.

    This is the first time that the photographic essay – which includes pictures of the Stones arriving at Dublin Airport, in concert and backstage the Adelphi Cinema in Dublin and at Connolly Station en route to Belfast – has been publicly exhibited.

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    Excellent development, the Irish Photography Award 2012 images were also on show earlier this year, and we rather enjoyed it viewing them.:)
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