Exhibitionism tells the story of the most influential rock ‘n’ roll band in the world, allowing visitors to experience their incredible journey through this immersive exhibit, from their early days living together in a tiny flat, to headlining the biggest stages in the world.
When you mention the blues, especially Chicago blues, one name usually comes to everyone’s mind, B.B. King. King, or as he was known, The King of the Blues, laid the foundation for the Chicago blues sound that heavily influenced The Rolling Stones in the 60s and beyond. His acclaimed album, Live At The Regal, was recorded at the Regal Theater in Chicago in 1964.
The King of the Blues didn’t take his title lightly as he performed over 200 shows a year well into his 70s. Unfortunately, B.B. King passed shortly away in 2015, but his death gave life to the memories The Rolling Stones had with the guitar great. With so many great recordings, it was hard for Mick Jagger to pick just one favorite, but he noted that Live At The Regal was one of the most popular amongst himself and his peers.