The Rolling Stones singer has condensed 50 years of Rock ‘n’ roll into a list of useful tips Video LAST UPDATED AT 12:10 ON Thu 13 Dec 2012 AFTER 50 years at the business end of The Rolling Stones, you’d expect Mick Jagger to have worked out a thing or two about the music industry. Show More Summary
A series of love letters that Mick Jagger wrote in the summer of 1969 have sold at auction for £187,250 ($301,472). The handwritten notes were sent by the Rolling Stones frontman to his former muse and lover Marsha Hunt while he was in Australia working on the film Ned Kelly. Show More Summary
LONDON.- A collection of letters sent by Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to his secret lover in the summer of 1969 sold for around $300,000 at a London auction on Wednesday, trumping their pre-sale estimate. Purchased by a private...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger celebrated 50 years with The Rolling Stones this year, and as part of that celebration, he stopped by "Late Show with David Letterman"...
Ilya S. Savenok, Getty Images We are almost unable to work right now. The prospect of Paul McCartney fronting a reunited Kurtless Nirvana at tonight's 12-12-12 concert is blowing our nerd brains apart. But we'll try to carry on anyway. Show More Summary
Mick Jagger’s love letters to former significant other Marsha Hunt sold for more than $300,000 at auction. Hunt, a singer herself, was reportedly the inspiration for the 1971 Rolling Stones hit song “Brown Sugar.” Marsha is also the mother of Jagger’s first child. The batch of 10 Mick Jagger love letters to Marsha Hunt reportedly [...]Show More Summary
Was that really Mick Jagger delivering the Top Ten on Letterman last night or was it some old lesbian named Doris Goldblatt? I’m so confused! (Watch the clip and you’ll know what I’m referencing.) ANYWAY, watching Mick Jagger do hisShow More Summary
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Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones are in New York for tonight’s appearance at the 12/12/12 Occupy Sandy benefit, with their subsequent 50th anniversary performance at the Prudential Center in nearby Newark, N.J., which will take place on Dec. Show More Summary
The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is no stranger to the Ed Sullivan Theater. The Stones first hit the stage there in 1964. But on Tuesday night, Jagger returned to the landmark for a first-time appearance on "Late Night With David Letterman." To mark the occasion, Jagger d …
LONDON (Reuters) - A collection of love letters written by Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to American singer Marsha Hunt, believed to be the inspiration for the band's hit single "Brown Sugar", sold at Sotheby's on Wednesday for 187,250 pounds ($3...
L'Wren Scott, best known for her red carpet gowns and live-in beau Mick Jagger, just released her first namesake fragrance. Which, turns out, seems to be a bit of a hobby for the designer: she's been mixing essential oils since she was 17. Show More Summary
LONDON -- Jumpin' Jack Flash! A batch of love letters written by Mick Jagger to a 1960s muse have sold at auction for 187,250 pounds...
With 2012 rolling to a close, the Rolling Stones are squeezing the last bit of juice out of their (well-deserved)
Ilya S. Savenok, Getty Images LONDON (AP) - Jumpin' Jack Flash! A batch of love letters written by Mick Jagger to a 1960s muse have sold at auction for 187,250 pounds ($301,472). Sotheby's says a private collector bidding by phone on...Show More Summary
After 50 years in rock and roll, Mick Jagger has learned a thing or two about "the business." Luckily for everyone, the Rolling Stone took to the stage at the Ed Sullivan Theater last night to deliver David Letterman's signature Top Ten list, so he could relay his wisdom to ... More »
Mick Jagger and Keith Richards (in town for more Rolling Stone 50th anniversary concerts) were scheduled to read the Top 10 list Tuesday night on “Late Show With David Letterman” — but Richards got sick and bailed. Nonetheless, Jagger showed up to read “The Top 10 Things I, Mick Jagger, Have Learned After 50 Years in Rock n’ Roll.” Read full article >>
"10 Things I, Mick Jagger, Have Learned After 50 Years In Rock N’ Roll"