Steven Tyler watched Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger impersonate him on 'Saturday Night Live' last weekend, and says he got it all wrong. "He could have done the 'yeah yeah yeah!'" Tyler tells Hollywood Life. Jagger played Tyler during a skit called 'So You Think You Can Dance At An Outdoor Music Festival.'
Few bands have owed a greater debt to the Rolling Stones than Aerosmith. From the bluesy, riff-based rock to the dynamic between Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, they were originally seen by some as little more than Stones rip-offs. But on last week's episode of 'Saturday Night Live,' Mick Jagger turned the tables by doing an impression of Tyler.
A biopic about Mick Jagger and Keith Richards called 'Exile on Main St.' is in the works, with the casting stage reportedly underway. Rumor has it that Harry Styles, one of the members of British boy band One Direction, is in the running to play the Rolling Stones' frontman in the project, which is being funded by Virgin's Richard Branson.
NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' is pulling out at all the stops for the finale of its 37th season. First it was announced that Mick Jagger would be both the host and musical guest. Then they said that Jagger would be backed by Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire. Now they've added another rock legend to the proceedings, guitarist Jeff Beck.