The 1981 Stones Tour promoting the album "Tattoo You" was the largest grossing tour of the year and for several to come with three million concert goers attending the shows which took in $50 million.
This image mimics the stage design of Japanese designer Kazuhide Yamazari. "Most concerts that took place outdoors at the time were played during the day... So we had the bright, bright primary colors... and we had these enormous images of a guitar, a car and a record—an Americana idea—which worked very well for afternoon shows." Mick Jagger
This item was part of Bill Graham's personal collection and shows some damage from the May 7, 1985 firebombing of his San Francisco office. The attack stemmed from Graham's open and honest criticism of President Reagan's visit to Bitburg Cemetery published in the San Francisco Chronicle.