He was friends with Phil Spector, discovered Marianne Faithfull and launched one of the UK’s first independent record labels. Oh, and he also managed The Rolling Stones.
Andrew Loog Oldman is one of the key faces in ’60s rock culture, and we’ll be speaking to him soon for an Audience With… And we want your questions.
So, is there anything you’d like to ask the legendary impresario?
What was it like doing publicity for The Beatles?
How did he end up working as shop assistant for Mary Quant?
What does he think of Phil Spector’s trial?
Send your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday, September 4.