Mick Jaggersinger, songwriter
Birthplace: Dartford, Kent, England
Lead singer of the rock and roll group The Rolling Stones, Jagger is truly a legend, known as much for his onstage antics as he is for his offstage ones with his ex-wife, model Jerry Hall (b. 7/2/56; Mesquite, Texas). The Stones debuted in London in 1962 and became popular for their seemingly uninhibited and rebellious lifestyles. Together for 3 decades, they are one of the longest standing rock groups since rock was born, with hits such as “The Last Time” (1965), “I Can't Get No Satisfaction” (1965), and “Honky Tonk Woman” (1969). Jagger released two solo albums, She's the Boss (1985) and Primitive Love (1987); still popular today, the Stones' most recent albums include Steel Wheels (1988) and Flashpoint (1991).
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