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.
Why Charlie Watts Wasn't on Mick Jagger's 'Wandering Spirit'
Discarded early version of solo LP featuring Rolling Stones drummer described as "blindingly great."
The Vocal Trick Paul Rodgers Taught Mick Jagger and David Bowie
Bad Company frontman's showtime secret was revealed via a mutual guitarist.
Joe Satriani Recalls ‘Amazing’ Small Bar Gigs With Mick Jagger
"It was always great, just to see Mick turn it on when he’s literally 12 inches away from the audience."
Watch Mick Jagger Respond to Paul McCartney’s ‘Cover Band’ Remark
Rolling Stones frontman takes Beatles rivalry to the stage.
Mick Jagger Says He Crashed Nashville Bachelorette Party
"We all ended up at the Wild Beaver riding a mechanical bull."
Mick Jagger on 'Sticky Fingers' Zipper Damage: 'We Were F---ed'
Famous album artwork had a design flaw.
Mick Jagger Answers Those Who Say the Rolling Stones Should Quit
“After doing the first couple of shows, I feel really good about it,” singer says of playing live after drummer's death.
Keith Moon Once Broke Into Mick Jagger's Hotel Dressed As Batman
The Who's drummer nearly got himself stabbed.
Stones Studio Sessions Will be ‘Difficult’ Without Charlie Watts
Mick Jagger recalls recent final recording work with late drummer.