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Mick Jagger is a legendary singer who continues to perform and tour with the Rolling Stones, showcasing his unmatched energy and talent on stage. His impact on rock music and his enduring legacy make him an iconic figure in the history of popular music.
Mick Jagger’s Biography
Sir Michael Philip Jagger, better known as Mick Jagger, was born on July 26, 1943, in Dartford, Kent.
He is best known as the vocalist and one of the founding members of the renowned rock band, the Rolling Stones. He is an English singer, songwriter, actor, director, and dancer.
Jagger’s career spans six decades, making him one of the most popular and influential frontmen in rock music history. He is well-known for his unusual voice, energetic live performances, and captivating stage presence.
Jagger co-wrote the majority of the Rolling Stones’ songs with lead guitarist Keith Richards, cementing their songwriting collaboration as one of the most successful in history.
Jagger was born into a middle-class family, the son of a gymnast and a physical education teacher. His interest in singing and music began at an early age, and he would frequently listen to artists on the radio or watch them in films. He met Keith Richards in primary school, and the two would go on to form the Rolling Stones.
Jagger abandoned his studies at the London School of Economics to pursue his musical career with the Rolling Stones.
He also experimented with acting in the late 1960s, appearing in films such as “Performance” and “Ned Kelly.” In the 1980s, Jagger released several solo albums as well as successful collaborations.
Jagger’s accomplishments extend beyond music and cinema. In the 2000s, he co-founded the film production business Jagged Films and joined the band SuperHeavy. Despite disagreements with his bandmates, particularly Keith Richards, Jagger has had greater success with the Rolling Stones than with his solo and side endeavours.
Jagger’s personal life has received a lot of media interest. He rose to prominence as a countercultural icon due to his personal relationships and illicit drug use.
From 1971 to 1978, he was married to Bianca Pérez-Mora Macias. He has had multiple more partnerships, resulting in eight children with five different women.
Jagger’s contributions to music and contemporary culture have received widespread acclaim. Along with the Rolling Stones, he was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2004.
He has had multiple chart-topping singles as a member of the Rolling Stones and as a solo artist. Jagger was knighted in 2003 for his services to popular music, cementing his position as a trailblazer and important figure in the business.
Mick Jagger’s Works
Solo studio albums
|She’s the Boss
|Goddess in the Doorway
|All You Need Is Cash
|Running Out of Luck
|Fictitious version of himself
|Unnamed RAF officer
|The Man from Elysian Fields
|The Bank Job
|The Burnt Orange Heresy
- Running Out of Luck (1987)
- Enigma (2001)
- Being Mick (2001)
- The Women (2008)
- Get on Up (2014)
- Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown (2014)
- Vinyl (2016)