Mick Jagger has been the singer for the Rolling Stones since 1962. For more than 50 years, the band has remained one of rock's most popular. Their run of bestselling records in the late '60s and early '70s pretty much defined superstar rock during the era. Jagger, along with guitarist Keith Richards, has been the main songwriting team behind the group, penning some of music's greatest tunes. Jagger has branched into acting occasionally (with roles in movies like 'Ned Kelly' and 'Freejack'), as well as a solo career that's yielded less-successful LPs than the ones he makes with his band. Jagger's private life often gets as much press as his professional one, with a line of ex-wives and famous girlfriends dotting his resume. He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth in 2002.
Keith Richards' Beatles Obsession Drove Mick Jagger 'Batty'
Rolling Stones icons recall their envy as rivals lived their dream.
Keith Richards Hated Rolling Stones' 'Satisfaction' at First
Mick Jagger recalls guitarist's reaction after they wrote first U.S. No. 1 hit.
Mick Jagger Tests Positive for COVID-19, Stones Concert Postponed
Band's performance in Amsterdam this evening will be rescheduled for a later date.
Mick Jagger Says Rock 'Isn’t Supposed to Be Done' at His Age
"Doing anything high-energy at this age is really pushing it."
Mick Jagger Says Harry Styles Comparisons Are 'Superficial'
Rolling Stones frontman says young pop-rocker "doesn't have a voice like mine or move on stage like me."
Why Charlie Watts Was Last to Join Rolling Stones End-of-Show Bow
Mick Jagger recalls late drummer's obsession with neatness.
Hear Sheryl Crow's Cover of 'Live With Me' Featuring Mick Jagger
Rolling Stones singer plays harmonica on newly recorded take on his band's classic.
Mick Jagger Says No Plans for Ex-Stones to Join 'Sixty' Tour
Singer says road trip's title is "enough" to mark the milestone.
How Stones Backing Singer Got Caught in Jagger and Richards War
Drummer Steve Jordan vouched for Bernard Fowler when he joined tense band for 'Steel Wheels' tour in 1989.