THE ROLLING STONES
AT CHESS RECORDS STUDIOS
On June 10, 1964 the Rolling Stones made the first of three trips to Chess Records Studios at 2120 South Michigan Avenue in Chicago to record where their blues heroes, including Muddy Waters and Chuck Berry recorded. Bob Bonis, their US Tour Manager, took what are believed to be the only known photographs from this historic session. The photographs, included in our exhibition at Willie Dixon’s Blues Heaven Foundation from June 5 – 29, 2019 are available for purchase here in two print sizes / editions: 16″ x 20″ hand-numbered prints in a limited edition of only 75 prints, and 20″ x 24″ hand-numbered prints in a limited edition of only 50 prints. In addition, two special limited-edition portfolios are available with 5 prints each that are only available in the portfolios. A portion of the proceeds will benefit The Blues Heaven Foundation’s efforts to restore the building and to restore a working recording studio.
The following photographs are available for purchase as individual limited-edition prints. Click any image below for more information or to buy it now. Two limited-edition portfolios are also available and contain 5 photographs each that are only available in the portfolios. Click Here to View the Limited-Edition Portfolios.