Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger will make his first appearance on the Grammy stage next Sunday. Mick’s signed on to perform with former Tony Toni Tone and Lucy Pearl star Raphael Saadiq as part of a tribute to soul great Solomon Burke. “We’re thrilled, delighted, excited and very much looking forward to Mick doing his
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Sir Mick Jagger delighted students at his former school by making a personal visit to debut new rooms at an arts centre named in his honour. The Rolling Stones frontman visited Dartford Grammar School for Boys in Kent to open an extension to the Mick Jagger Centre – 10 years after he first launched it.
Mick Jagger will make a rare US television appearance next week when he drops by CNN’s Larry King Live King. King will interview the Rolling Stones singer about his career, the re-release of the Stones’ album Exile on Main Street, and the new documentary, Stones in Exile on a broadcast airing May 18 at