Bianca Jagger Polaroid, by Andy Warhol, via Vanity Fair. (My edit)
The caption there dates this as 1971, but I’m thinking more like 1975. That’s when he spoke to her for Interview magazine, resulting in this priceless exchange:
JAGGER: Andy, who is for you the most typical … the image of Romanticism … the most Romantic girl … for you … of the 20th Century?
WARHOL: Ah, you.
JAGGER: Really? No, no … without saying … anything … to be nice.
WARHOL: No, you.
Bob Dylan, San Francisco 1979, by Baron Wolman
Joni Mitchell and The Band’s Robbie Robertson at The Last Waltz, San Francisco, Thanksgiving 1976, via jonimitchell.com
1971 German concert posters by Gunther Kieser.
Jimi Hendrix and The Monkees: Michael Nesmith beside him, Peter Tork across from him, photo by Micky Dolenz.
The Jeff Beck Group: Jeff Beck, Ron Wood, Micky Waller, and Rod “The oh-so Mod” Stewart
The Beatles: John Lennon and George Harrison recording the promo video for “Rain”, May 19, 1966, by Robert Whitaker
Janis Joplin at the Texas International Pop Festival, Labor Day weekend 1969 in Lewisville, TX by Steve Campbell
Bob Dylan in Buffalo, 1986, by Chuck Spang
John Lydon, maybe a little Rotten at the EMI office in London, 1976, by Bob Gruen