Falling out of a tree was enough to convince Keith Richards to give up cocaine, but he's managed to hang on to a few of his other favorite pastimes — including smoking a daily joint and bugging Mick Jagger.
With the Rolling Stones bringing the Sticky Fingers classic "Moonlight Mile" back into their setlist for this year's tour, the Wall Street Journal reached out to singer Mick Jagger for his thoughts on the writing and recording of the song.
Michael Philip Jagger was born Dartford, Kent, England today July 26,1943. Good old Mick has been rocking since July of 1962 with Rolling Stones. Although in 1962, they went by the name The Rollin’ Stones for a brief moment in time.
With another round of Rolling Stones tour dates on the horizon, one might assume Mick Jagger would be too busy for non-musical pursuits. As a recent profile in the Hollywood Reporter makes clear, however, the ever-restless rock legend always has a lot of projects on his plate -- and these days, that includes running a busy film production company.
In a recent interview, the legend that is John Lydon revealed an interesting tidbit concerning Sir Mick Jagger. It turns out that while Sex Pistol Sid Vicious was awaiting trial for the murder of his girlfriend, Nancy Spungen, Jagger stepped in the pay the legal fees.
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