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Rolling Stones – Mick Jagger


Sir Michael Philip Jagger (born 26 July 1943 in Dartford, Kent, England) is a British singer-songwriter, musician and actor, who co-founded the famous British rock band The Rolling Stones in 1962.

Mick Jagger, lead singer of The Rolling Stones, is known for his incredible live performances, which have made him one of the greatest showmen in rock history. Here is an interesting anecdote about one of his live performances: in 1969, the Rolling Stones played a free concert in London’s Hyde Park to honour their former member Brian Jones, who had recently died. During the performance of the song “Sympathy for the Devil”, Jagger improvised a short interlude that would become legendary. As he sang the lyrics “I shouted out / Who killed the Kennedys?”, a naked young man came on stage and began dancing around Jagger. Rather than stop or panic, Jagger continued to sing, using the interlude to interact with the young man and the crowd. He joked with him, saying “Hey, what’s your name?” before continuing the song.

This scene was immortalised in the documentary film “Gimme Shelter”, which chronicles the Rolling Stones’ 1969 tour and their famous Altamont concert. It has also been hailed as one of Jagger’s most memorable performances, showing his professionalism and ability to improvise on stage, even in unexpected situations.


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