Mick Jagger Fast Facts – CNN

Father: Basil “Joe” Jagger, teacher

Mother: Eve (Scutts) Jagger

Marriages: Jerry Hall (November 21, 1990 – August 13, 1999, annulled); Bianca (Perez Morena De Macias) Jagger (May 21, 1971 – November 2, 1979, divorced)

Children: with Melanie Hamrick: Son, 2016; with Luciana Jimenez Morad: Lucas, 1999; with Jerry Hall: Gabriel, 1997; Georgia, 1992; James, 1985; Elizabeth, 1984; with Bianca (Perez Morena De Macias) Jagger: Jade, 1971; with Marsha Hunt: Carys, 1970

Education: Attended the London School of Economics

Other facts

Plays harmonica, tambourine, guitar and piano.

Childhood friends with bandmate Keith Richards.

Nominated for 16 Grammy Award, solo with both The Rolling Stones and won three.

He once said: “I’d rather die than sing Satisfaction at 45.”

Schedule

1960- Lead singer of Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys. Richards later joins the group.

1962-present – Lead singer of The Rolling Stones.

June 6, 1965 – “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” was released in the US. It holds the number one spot for four weeks and is the band’s first gold album.

February 12, 1967 – Jagger and Richards are arrested for drug possession. Jagger was sentenced to three months and Richards to one year. The sentences are later overturned on appeal.

July 5, 1969 – The Rolling Stones play a free concert in London’s Hyde Park. Jagger recites poetry and releases 3,500 butterflies in honor of former bandmate Brian Jones, who was found dead on July 3rd.

May 28, 1969 – As the police ransack his London home, Jagger and his girlfriend Marianne Faithfull are arrested for marijuana possession.

December 6, 1969 – A free concert at Altamont Speedway in Livermore, California ended in the death of a fan from stab wounds. In 1970, the documentary “Give Me Shelter” was released about the tour and the tragedy.

June 15, 1970 – Vernissage of Ned Kelly, Jagger’s first film role.

February 25, 1985 – Releases first solo album She’s the Boss.

January 18, 1989 – The Rolling Stones are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

1994- The Rolling Stones won two Grammy Awards – Best Rock Album for “Voodoo Lounge” and Best Short Form Music Video for “Love is Strong”.

November 10, 2002 – Appears as himself on The Simpsons.

December 12, 2003 – Is Knighted by Prince Charles for music services.
2008- director Martin Scorsese releases Shine a Light, a documentary about the Stones’ 2006 performance.

2011- Collaborates with Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart, Damian Marley, Joss Stone, and A. R. Rahman, Slumdog Millionaire soundtrack composer, to form a new band, SuperHeavy.

October 16, 2012 – A book by The Rolling Stones: 50 has been published.

October 18, 2012 – A documentary about the group “Crossfire Hurricane” opens at the London Film Festival.

March 17, 2014 – Fashion designer and longtime companion of Jagger. L’Wren Scott was found dead in an apparent suicide.
March 25, 2016 – The Rolling Stones became the first major international rock band to perform in Cubaattracting hundreds of thousands of people to free concert in Havana.
December 2, 2016 – rolling stones “Blue & Lonesome” release, their first studio album in over a decade.
February 16, 2017 – According to London publisher John Blake, he has a single copy of an autobiographical manuscript from the 1980s written by Jagger that has never been published. According to the New York Times, the Rolling Stones did not give Blake permission to publish his memoir.

May 26, 2017 – Documentary “¡Ole, Ole, Ole! Journey through Latin America” ​​released for digital download. The film follows a 2016 tour with the Rolling Stones as they tour Latin America on their way to their first concert in Havana, Cuba in front of over 1 million fans. In late 2016, the film had a very limited theatrical release in the US and the UK.

January 28, 2018 – The Rolling Stones won a Grammy for Best Traditional Blues Album for “Blue & Lonesome”.

March 30, 2019 – The Rolling Stones announce postponement of the upcoming North American tour due to Jagger’s health issues.
April 5, 2019 – A rep for Jagger told CNN that “Jagger has successfully completed his treatment. He is doing very well and is expected to make a full recovery.” A source close to the band told CNN earlier this week that Jagger was being treated to replace a valve in his heart, but the singer’s rep declined to elaborate.
June 21, 2019 – rescheduled North American tour starts at Soldier Field in Chicago.
March 17, 2020 – The Rolling Stones have announced that they North American Tour postponed due to coronavirus outbreak.

April 13, 2021 – Jagger and musician Dave Grohl have released the song “Eazy Sleazy”, inspired by the coronavirus pandemic.

October 7, 2021 – AT interview with Los Angeles TimesJagger says the Rolling Stones have gradually eliminated “Brown Sugar,” which begins with a slave narrative, from their live set lists.
June 13, 2022 – rolling stones cancel concert in Amsterdam, announcing that Jagger tested positive for Covid-19. In an Instagram post dated June 16, Jagger reports that his health is improving.