Marianne Evelyn Gabriel Faithfull is a singer, songwriter, and actress, best known as the queen of 60s music. The “Rolling Stones” manager Andrew Loog discovered her incredible talent at a party in London in 1964. And she recorded her first song, “As Tears Go By,” written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. In the late 60s, she was involved in a major drug scandal with Jagger, Richards, and others. In the 70’s she became addicted to heroin and was homeless in London’s Soho district for a couple of years. She gained back her popularity in the mid-seventies with a country album Dreamin’ My Dreams (1976). Though the album attracted little attention in the UK, it was a huge hit in Ireland. In 2016 Marianne released a live album called No Exit, recorded on her acclaimed 50th anniversary. Here below is a collection of beautiful photographs of Marianne Faithfull from the 1960s.