Former mayor of New York, once and future cosmopolitan rich person, and honorary knight Michael Bloomberg just bought another expensive place to live in London, on a street that Mick Jagger and Keith Richards once called home. The mansion, where writer George Eliot lived for less than a month before... More »
Jimmy Fallon can do his Mick Jagger impression all day long, but nothing is going to top Tom Cruise going back to the '80s with Meatloaf's "Paradise by the Dashboard Light." Except maybe an epic duet of "You've Lost That Loving Feeling."
Mick Jagger turned 72 yesterday, July 26. If you can't get no satisfaction from simply knowing that calendar fact, here are five more deeper cuts about The Rolling Stones. 1. The band would play with an inflatable penis on stage. The...Show More Summary
Mick Jagger turned 72 yesterday. I know I've posted this before, but it really is the quintessential Jagger, with a little help from Ry Cooder: "Memo From Turner," from the...
Mick Jagger's good looks have really given off some good "Satisfaction." Here's a 22-year-old version of the fresh-faced Rolling Stones vocalist posing for a portrait back in 1965 (left) and almost 50 years later... the UK rockstar-- who celebrated…
Martin Scorsese has been spotted around New York filming his 1970s Rock n' Roll Project, which will air on HBO and counts Mick Jagger as a producer. Today, they're filming around 6th Avenue and 10th Street, with signs spotted all the way to 15th. [ more › ]
Where would Paul McCartney be without John Lennon? Where would Keith Richards be without fellow "Glimmer Twin" Mick Jagger? Where would Drake be without... Quentin Miller?
In early July, tickets went on sale for the Saatchi Gallery's 2016 show "Exhibitionism," two full floors of posters, costumes and other iconography belonging to the Rolling Stones. London buzzed about the show for weeks, but when Saatchi tried to place its advertising posters in the Underground, transit officials turned it down flat. Show More Summary
Jake Shears (Scissor Sisters) is in the Los Angeles revival production of Bent, Martin Sherman's 1979 classic play about a group of gay men finding ways to survive Nazi persecution. Shears plays Greta (Mick Jagger's role in the film version). Show More Summary
Over the past 30 years, Joe Satriani has proven himself to be one of the most imaginative, brilliant and talented rock guitarists ever to strum six strings. He's played guitar with Mick Jagger, Deep Purple and Chickenfoot. As a guitar teacher, his pupils included guitar prodigy Steve Vai, Metallica shredder...
“You can’t always get what you want But if you try sometimes You just might find – You get what you need.” ~ Rolling Stones For the Oregon legislature, Mick Jagger was half right. Progressives sometimes got what they wanted, but in at...Show More Summary
The bulk of Lucifer‘s panel at Comic-Con was devoted to showing the pilot, which doesn’t hit Fox until mid-season 2016. This left approximately 15 minutes for a quick Q&A. The pilot drew a muted response from the audience with scattered...Show More Summary
Remember Sam Goody? Martin Scorsese sure does. Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter have been working on their 1970s music industry drama series for HBO for a while now, and it looks like they’re making some progress. As BrooklynVegan reports, the show was filming outside of Rough Trade Brooklyn today, and they […]
by Bill Pearis outside Rough Trade on N. 9th today... The new HBO drama created by Martin Scoresese, Terrence Winter and Mick Jagger, set in the world of the 1970s NYC music industry, is in production and filming in Williamsburg....
Great-Grandfather Mick Jagger is robbing the cradle behind his girlfriend’s back! The 72-year-old Rolling Stones rocker, who is on tour with his iconic group, has been secretly seeing 26-year-old Slavic… READ ON
Mick Jagger's moves are a force NOT to be reckoned with... says sexy roots rocker Grace Potter, who opened for the Rolling Stones last month in both Minneapolis and Dallas. Potter got to duet with Mick on “Gimme…
Stop. Hey. What’s that sound? That sound? It’s Brian Wilson and Al Jardine harmonizing on “Good Vibrations.” It’s the Glimmer Twins, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, sharing a mic during “Satisfaction.” It’s Neil Young, a few months shy...Show More Summary
It wasn’t officially open to the public yet, but last Thursday, the Rolling Stones’ Mick... The post Mick Jagger and Ronnie Wood checked out this MCA exhibit (you should, too!) appeared first on Chicago Entertainment - Chicago Sun-Times.