Last week we featured tour manager Bob Bonis' uncovered photo archives of the Beatles on tour in the 1960s. The good news doesn't end there, however, for Bonis also spent some quality time with the UK's other most idolized ensemble, The Rolling Stones.
To keep things fair between the everlasting feud between Beatles and Stones fans, we had to feature both rock supergroups' candid archives. So may we present Bonis' insider look at the world's greatest rock-and-roll band during their first American tour. The previously unreleased collection of photos, which were taken from 1964 to 1966, will satisfy your thirst for all things Jagger — dance moves, patterned pants, pouty lips and more.
"The Lost Rolling Stones Photographs" will show on December 3 at The Betsy for Art Basel Miami Beach, but you can score a sneak peek of the shaggy-haired rockers below. Let us know if you think the Stones outdo the Beatles in making eyes at the camera in the comments section.