No list of rockers too sexy for their own good could possibly be complete without Mick Jagger. The Rolling Stones singer has always trod the line between being one of the greatest rock front men of all time, and the biggest horndog in the history of the world this side of Warren Beatty.
Jagger's reputed list of conquests is too extensive to list here, reportedly encompassing more than 4,000 women including An
You don't need a professional ear to realize that the uncredited background vocalist on Carly Simon's 1972 smash 'You're So Vain' belongs to Rolling Stones vocalist Mick Jagger.
When asked how the collaboration came out, Simon said, "He happened to call at the studio
We've all been to concerts by classic artists where the frontman acts excited about playing a song from the new album, even as we make our way to the bathroom and concession stands. However, Mick Jagger has admitted that there's virtually no point in trying to work the two new Rolling Stones songs into the set, because the fans don't want to hear them.
After 40 years with Aerosmith, Steven Tyler takes the long view on the group's well-documented ups and downs. He's comfortable with what the band have achieved in their career together. But that doesn't mean the unfavorable comparisons to Mick Jagger from early in his career don't still sting.
The Rolling Stones have unleashed a torrent of merchandising tie-ins over the years, but that doesn't mean they're down with any old piece of Stones-related product. Just ask Mick Jagger, who's currently annoyed with the band's former financial adviser, Prince Rupert Loewenstein, over Loewenstein's plans to publish a memoir about his time in their employ.