The former assistant of nightclub-founders Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell, does a remarkable revelation in a documentary about their popular nightclub, Studio 54. That reports the Daily Mail.
The documentary about the club which in the seventies was popular in New York, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. In the story tells Myra Scheer, who was an assistant of the club, about their door policy. Of course, if The Rolling Stones free. That is to say: “Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were naturally always within. But some of the other Rolling Stones were just paying.”
Must be quite painful to have been for Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts, concludes the Daily Mail: the rolling Stones were known for their krenterigheid.