22.10.2012 [Myspace (blog)] - There's no doubt that One Direction's Harry Styles bares a strong resemblance to a young MickJagger. During a recent interview with the rock icon in London, Jagger seemed a little frantic when questioned whether Styles would play him in the upcoming
23.10.2012 [Starpulse.com (blog)] - Rod Stewart admits in his new book that he was shocked when MickJagger suggested they partner swap. In his new memoirs "Rod: The Autobiography," the singer reveals he was in a recording studio with the Rolling Stones frontman when Jagger came up
23.07.2012 [USA TODAY] - Launching your first original game after a smash hit like Angry Birds is like being asked to replace MickJagger as the lead singer of the Rolling Stones. No matter how good the final result is, it'll no doubt be compared with the awesomeness that came
31.03.2006 February 5th - London: News of the World story wrongly states MickJagger has tried LSD and lured women with drugs; February 5th - London: Rolling Stones appear on Eamon Andrews show. Jagger says on TV ihis intent to ...
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24.10.2012 [Contactmusic.com] - MickJagger plays guitar on Doom and Gloom. Sir MickJagger showcases his guitar skills on the new Rolling Stones track 'Doom and Gloom', as it started off as a demo he was working on. Sir MickJagger plays guitar on The Rolling Stones track 'Doom and
25.10.2012 [Contactmusic.com] - Keith Richards had to apologise to MickJagger for revealing too much about his bandmate's private life in his acclaimed memoirs before the ROLLING STONES stalwarts could begin rehearsals for their upcoming 50th anniversary shows. The guitar great
15.10.2012 [Contactmusic.com] - "Everybody loves a celebration, and London and New York are two good places to do it in," said Sir MickJagger, according to The Telegraph. And who could disagree? NYC and London are both stellar locales, but it's the entrance fee we're moaning about
19.10.2012 [Macleans.ca] - Unlike fellow Rolling Stone Keith Richards—or Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Neil Young and Pete Townshend—MickJagger has failed to produce a memoir. He tried once. In 1983, he spent nine months with a ghostwriter, then returned a £1-million advance
23.07.2012 [MyFox Detroit] - As the 50th anniversary of the Rolling Stones approaches, Anderson introduces a tell-all biography about MickJagger. "Don't forget, Mick was the original pioneer of androgyny gender-bending on the stage," said Andersen. Andersen said money and
28.07.2012 [NME.com] - The legendary band celebrated their 50th anniversary this year and, earlier this month, frontman MickJagger confirmed that they plan to play live together this autumn in order to mark reaching their half-centenary milestone. Speaking to Classic Rock
08.10.2012 [A.V. Club] - Who is MickJagger, and how has he kept the world spellbound for almost 50 years? Let Philip Norman count the ways. Jagger and the Rolling Stones have left “all competition far behind [in] the longevity sweepstakes,” and “remain role models for every
31.10.2012 [Examiner.com] - Commenting about the possibility of future new Stones songs in an interview yesterday with ContactMusic.com, frontman MickJagger hinted that a new album and more shows in 2013 might be forthcoming, saying, “I wouldn't say that's impossible.
29.10.2012 [Daily Mail] - MickJagger is the 69-year-old megastar and frontman of the Rolling Stones, who've amassed £525 million. Now both are looking forward to performing sell-out shows at London's O2 — and both release new records on the same day, November 12.
29.10.2012 [Daily Nation] - PHOTO | CARL COURT Members of legendary British band The Rolling Stones (From L-R) Charlie Watts, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and MickJagger, pose on the red carpet as they arrive for the premiere of “Crossfire Hurricane”, a documentary about the
27.10.2012 [Yahoo! India News] - New York, October 27 (ANI): Keith Richards had to apologize to MickJagger for insulting him-and the size of his manhood-before the Rolling Stones stalwarts could begin rehearsals for their upcoming 50th anniversary shows. The guitar great had poked