10 Unseen Photographs Of The Rolling Stones That Capture Them At Their Explosive Early 1970s Peak

In 1971, The Rolling Stones were at their absolute peak: a band blessed with the Midas touch both in the recording studio and on the stage. Here, rock photographer Alec Byrne captures them at the height of their powers, with 10 intimate and unseen shots of Mick, Keith and co during their club gig at The Marquee in March, 1971. The photographs are part of a new exhibition, overseen by Uber Editions, which opens at LA’s Perfect Exposure gallery this month.