Rolling Stones Supported By Palma Violets And Temples In Hyde Park

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Temples were among the bands supporting The Rolling Stones on Saturday July 6 as the band played the first of two huge gigs in London's Hyde Park. The Stones l ast played the central London space on July 5, 1969, at a huge, free headline concert.

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Palma Violets were also among the support bands who joined The Stones in Hyde Park.

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Palma Violets got the Hyde Park stage crowds thoroughly warmed up before The Stones appeared.

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Sam Fryer takes a mid-show time out.

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Chilli Jesson thinks he's spotted Keef in the backstage bar.

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Sam Fryer leads Palma Violets through a raucous set.

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Don't tell Mick, but when The Rolling Stones finally appeared Keith looked pretty amused by Jagger's jacket.

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Confetti fills the air as The Stones close affairs in Hyde Park. They return next Saturday.
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