Mick Jagger gave an exceptional interview to RTL, three days before the opening of the “Unzipped” exhibition dedicated to Rolling Stones. A retrospective to discover at the Stade Vélodrome in Marseille.
The artist confided in our microphone for more than 20 minutes. Mick Jagger very smiling and in great shape two years after his heart operation. At almost 78 years old, the rock icon has agreed to share his memories. Next year, the Rolling Stones will be 60 years old, an anniversary that surprises Mick Jagger. Will there be a tour for this anniversary? “I hope so”, launches the singer.
The Stones are one of the few rock groups to have survived the decades. “I do not know why. The Rolling Stones are very lucky. You have to have something, a little talent, but a lot of luck, “said Mick Jagger.
A few years ago, the Briton assured that he would no longer sing rock’n’roll when he was 60 years old. It is clear that he was wrong. “Everyone thought I would quit at 30 (…) In football, when you are 35 you quit, but rock’n’roll is not football. But no, after 60 it’s too much“, laughs Mick Jagger.
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