Flat Bed Truck - Paper, 2004
© Ronnie Wood

Flat Bed Truck - Paper, 2004

By Ronnie Wood
About the image

Back in 1975, the Stones held a press conference in New York City to announce their upcoming tour. The band surprised the crowd of waiting reporters by playing "Brown Sugar" on the back of a flatbed truck in the middle of Manhattan traffic, a strategy Charlie Watts borrowed from New Orleans jazz bands who used to promote upcoming dates this way. This image celebrates that historic moment in rock and roll history. 

Fans and collectors of this piece may get a kick out of this photograph of this unique event.

Release Notes:
This limited edition print was published in 2004. Each museum-quality artwork was hand titled, signed, and numbered by Ronnie Wood shortly thereafter.

Collector's Notes:
Ronnie Wood's fine art limited edition prints have been very popular with collectors around the world for many years.

This edition is SOLD OUT.

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29" x 37" Paper Size
Signed Limited edition (290)
Serigraph Print - Sold Out

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Flat Bed Truck - Paper, 2004
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