He has consistently led the British band The Rolling Stones since the early sixties.
Rolling Stones leader Mick Jagger turns 79 this Tuesday, July 26. A long life in which the singer and composer has consistently been at the head of the band since the early sixties.
Born in England in 1943, over his nearly 60-year career, the Briton has become an icon of rock and roll and one of the most popular and influential singers in the genre and pop culture. In addition, he won a Golden Globe for his contribution to the soundtrack of the 2004 film ‘Alfie’.
He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1989 and the UK Hall of Fame in 2004 along with The Rolling Stones. As a member and solo musician of the Stones, he reached number one in the UK and US singles charts with 13 singles. Similarly, the Top 10 with 32 singles and the Top 40 with 70 singles. In addition, he has received three Grammy Awards and thirteen other nominations, a Golden Globe and an MTV Video Music Award, among other distinctions. In 2003 he received the title of Knight of the Order of the British Empire for his contribution to popular music.
They deteriorated during the 1980s, thanks to his relationship with members of The Rolling Stones, particularly Richards, but Jagger has had more success with the band than with his solo and side projects.
Apart from music, he has also ventured into the world of acting. Among the films he has appeared in are ‘Performance’ and ‘Ned Kelly’ in the 1970s.
It’s always been a real show on stage. At concerts such as Hyde Park in 1969, he never hesitated to flaunt his bisexual appearance. He always appeared very glamorous, agile and sexy on stage, but also comfortable and easy to move. The conflict between the arts and the practical spirit has earned him his immense wealth.
moments of his life
BBC Mundo has compiled some unknown or little-known descriptions of the great British composer:
Jagger has two nicknames: ‘Brenda’ and ‘Your Majesty’. As told in Life, they called him within the band, the explosive autobiography of Keith Richards, the band’s guitarist and friend of Jagger when he was 5 years old. In the same book, Richards made several remarks that led Mick Jagger to say that the biography was “a bit maladaptive here and there.” For example, she claimed that Jagger was a bit “unbearable” and even made fun of her private parts. Much has been said about the poor relationship between Jagger and Richards. One of the last episodes between the two occurred when the guitarist criticized her for having a son at the age of 73. However, Richards personally apologized and made it public on Twitter.
Jagger’s first wife was a Nicaraguan. Her name was Bianca de Macias. They met in 1970 and married a year later in a Catholic ceremony in Saint-Tropez, France. Bianca has been an actress and human rights defender. Along with Mick Jagger, she traveled to Nicaragua in 1973 to bring humanitarian aid to people affected by the December 23, 1972 earthquake that struck the nation’s capital Managua. The Rolling Stones also raised $350,000 for the victims at a concert. Delivered in Los Angeles. But everything came to an end and in 1978 she filed for divorce for adultery. She has a second daughter from that marriage, Jade, who has worked as a model and jewelry designer.
Mick Jagger had a relationship of nearly 13 years with fashion designer L’Ren Scott, whom he met in 2001 in a photographic production for a magazine. Scott, 49, hanged himself in his New York apartment on March 17, 2014. In her will, the designer stated that she did not want her relatives to receive ‘a penny’ of her inheritance, so Mick Jagger inherited approximately $9,000,000 million from a Manhattan apartment, a million dollars in personal belongings and a life insurance met in