GALLERY: The Rolling Stones, Denver Coliseum, November 1965
Photography (c) Nicholas DeSciose
The Rolling Stones put their talent on stage in Colorado for the first time on Nov. 29, 1965, when they were still a pop group. Nicholas DeSciose, 19, took on the assignment of shooting the concert.
The Rolling Stones put their talent on stage in Colorado for the first time on Nov. 29, 1965, when the rock icons were still making their reputation basically as a pop group, obliged to do little more than fill the Denver Coliseum with shrieking teens. Award-winning photographer Nicholas DeSciose, who has developed a body of work in portraiture, commercial, product, fashion and fine art photography and in industrial and documentary filmmaking, had graduated from East High School–he was 19 years old and took on the assignment of shooting the concert. DeSciose has compiled those iconic images from his archives for Colorado Music Experience; the collection is represented by Leslie Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org).