La Villa, The Rolling Stones, 1971

Paris ·

10.12.21 → 09.03.22

50 years ago, the world’s greatest rock band, the Rolling Stones, came to the south of France.
Following tax problems in England, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor decided to come to Villefranche-sur-Mer in France to take refuge in the Villa Nellcote. In 1971, Nellcote served as the recording studio for the legendary album Exile on Main Street.
The young photographer Dominique Tarlé, who had been with the band for several years in London and on tour, came to join his favorite musicians to immortalize them in this new environment…


Photo credits

© Dominique Tarlé / La Galerie de l’Instant


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