Mick Jagger

Nauseating ‘NY Post’ Article Calls L’Wren Scott the Rolling Stones’ Yoko Ono

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“Rolling Stones members felt L’Wren Scott ‘was their Yoko Ono.’” No, it’s not something borderline-offensive from The Onion — it’s a real headline from the NY Post, and the latest milestone in their race to the bottom of journalism. I’m not going to link the article, because fuck their pageviews, but here are the “good” bits: an unnamed “source” says the Rolling Stones didn’t like L’Wren Scott, they called her “Yoko,” they didn’t want to wear the outfits she designed for their tour, and it was a “huge blow” to Scott that Jagger didn’t invite her to tour with them. The rest of the article is rehashing and aggregating old quotes from other sources, along with a few hand-wringing references to “reports” that say Jagger’s not well.
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Jumpin’ Jack Flash: Mick Jagger’s Most Outrageous Outfits

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Today is a significant birthday of one of rock ‘n’ roll’s most enduring icons: Rolling Stones frontman (Sir) Mick Jagger turns 70! Over the course of a 50-year career, he’s been responsible for some of our most memorable songs and proven that rock ‘n’ rollers don’t have to die before they get old. And, perhaps most impressively, he’s a man not afraid to rock a leotard as he enters his eighth decade on the planet. As a lighthearted celebration, we’ve put together a gallery of some of his most… um, memorable outfits. Happy birthday, Sir Mick Jagger. Don’t ever change.
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The Stories of Famous Bandmates’ First Meetings

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On this day in 1957, two Liverpool teenagers met for the first time and would change the course of music history. John Lennon and Paul McCartney shared a passion for performing. Lennon’s youthful swagger and McCartney’s technical knowledge sparked a mutual respect and healthy competition that would lead them to join forces. Read the full story past the break, where we share the fascinating tales of other famous bandmates’ first meetings.
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Exclusive: David Bowie-Themed Animations to Celebrate 40 Years of ‘Aladdin Sane’

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Break out the red-and-blue face paint, Bowie kids, because Aladdin Sane turns 40 this month. The iconic album was released on April 13, 1973, and quickly surpassed Bowie’s five previous albums in popularity in both the UK and the US. To honor this special anniversary, we’ve created an animated illustration for each of the ten songs on Aladdin Sane. Click through to check ’em out, then mix yourself a celebratory David Bowie cocktail and dance around like the man …Read More