Name: Darien Zannis and Matt Johnson, and Rescue's (Mick) Jagger, Wile E. (Coyote), and Stevie (Nicks). Location: Culver City, California Size: 3,000 square feet Years Lived In: 2 years, renting While parking is a luxury for most Californians, Culver City residents Darien and Matt have no trouble finding a spot very, very close to home. Show More Summary
Celebrity rights activist Bianca Jagger lent star power on Tuesday to a protest against the building of a major canal in her native Nicaragua. The 72-year-old is a former actress and ex-wife of Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger. SheShow More Summary
While it can be fun to watch Senator Al Franken publicly expose unqualified Cabinet nominees or stump for the interests of his constituents in the great state of Minnesota, it can be equally fun to go back and revisit some moments from...Show More Summary
In 1982, the Saturday Night Live comedy duo of Al Franken and Tom Davis did a live show at a small university where they performed a number of hilarious skits. One such skit featured Franken doing a flawless imitation of Mick Jagger while performing the Rolling Stones song, “Under My Thumb“. The show, appropriately entitled...
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by Dave Segal Belle & Sebastian channel the Boo Radleys on their new single. Søren Solkær Starbird Belle & Sebastian, "We Were Beautiful" (Matador). Disclosure: I've only owned If You're Feeling Sinister (I'm a sucker for a song title...Show More Summary
The New Mick Jagger Tracks – Spotify What kind of crazy fucked-up world do we live in where a septuagenarian rock star is hipper than musicians decades, even half a century younger? One in which the single is everything and you drop it unannounced and then you do it all over again. Lather, rinse, repeat. […]
Sir Mick Jagger has just released two singles riffing on Brexit and the global climate, including US President Donald Trump. Jagger dropped the tracks on YouTube and major streaming services, including Apple Music and Spotify, on Thursday...Show More Summary
MICK JAGGER GETS POLITICAL: The tune is England Lost. It features British rapper Skepta. It’s about discontent. JAGGER: “So am I politically optimistic? … No.” The USA Today webpage with the article has music videos of England Lost and Gotta Get A Grip. Both by Mick Jagger.
The Rolling Stones' frontman was inspired by the current political climate and Kendrick Lamar on 'Gotta Get a Grip' and 'England Lost,' released Thursday.
Bet this is a pairing you didn’t see coming, unless of course you noticed this photo earlier in the month. Following his 74th birthday, the legendary Mick Jagger decided to bless his fans with a gift — well three, actually — in the form of a trio of releases. In addition to two new songs and their […]
"I started writing these two songs a few weeks back and wanted to get them out to you straight away," says Mick. "I feel a slight throwback to a time when you could be a bit more free and easy by recording and putting it out there immediately." Continue reading…
Paul McCartney joins fellow Beatle Ringo Starr on the drummer’s new single, “We’re On the Road Again”, playing bass and offering back up vocals. The track also features the Eagles’ Joe Walsh (Starr’s brother-in-law), Edgar Winter, and, the song’s co-writer, Toto’s Steve Lukather. As one... Continue reading
Elizabeth Taylor and Mick Jagger were among those sporting his creations.
The last time Mick Jagger put out a solo album, George W. Bush was president of the U.S., Tony Blair was prime minister of England, and Jagger was none too keen on their shared politics. Sixteen years later and both countries are still in disarray under new leadership, and Jagger ... More »
The song was inspired by “confusion and frustration with the times we live in.”