Biography of Mick Jagger (1943-VVVV)

Mick Jagger

British singer, born in Dartford, Kent, on July 26, 1943. Son of a Professor of sports, was a good student and won a scholarship to the London School of economics. However, he left studies to make it through as a singer. His career began with the Little Boy Blue and the Blue Boys at the London School of economics. He appeared with the Blue Incorporated in the Ealing Blues Club, group which became a singer and appeared at the club Marques London.

In 1962 he founded the Rolling Stones. The group got their first number one in 1965 in the United Kingdom with the song The last time. They began their tours in 1964 in his country and in the United States. The following year, the Group obtained a great success with the song Satisfaction. Until 1969, the date of the death of the leader of the group, Brian Jones, Mick Jagger had a secondary level and was in charge of the finances of the group. During the 1970s, the Rolling Stones were the most popular group.

The singer's solo career began in 1985. Mick recorded his first solo album, entitled She's the boss. Since then, their concerts are the best paid in the musical world. The most successful single was Just another night. Their second album appeared in 1987, Primitive cool, and a year later the third, Wadering spirit. After a hiatus, returned in 2001 with Goddess in the doorway, and in 2007 with The very best of Mick Jagger.

Mick has also participated in various film projects, the most outstanding played by the Rolling Stones and directed by Martin Scorsese: Shine a light, showing the presentations made by the rolling stones on their A Bigger Bang Tour tour.

The singer has been linked to various loves: in 1971 he married Bianca Jagger and they got divorced 9 years later; in 1990 he married the model Jerry Hall, with whom he has three children (Elizabeth Scarlett, James and Georgina May Ayeesha), but this relationship also failed, and they obtained the cancellation in 1999. Mick has children of couples before and after, the latter is Lucas Maurice Morad Jagger, son of his relationship with the Brazilian model Luciana Gimenez, who was accepted by Mick after a DNA test imposed by the justice.

In 2003 he was appointed Knight of the order of the British Empire, he received the Golden Globe for best original song for the film Alfie; in 2006 he was appointed Sir from the hands of the Prince Carlos de Inglaterra; and Ambassador for the London Olympics in 2012.

In 2011, he recorded the simple T.H.E (The Hardest Ever), with Will.I.Am and Jennifer López, and formed a band with Damian Marley, Joss Stone, Dave Stewart and A.R. Rahman.

Discography and filmography


1985: She's the boss 1987: Primitive Cool 1993: Wandering Spirit 2001: Goddess inthe Doorway 2007: The Best of Mick Jagger


2004: Alfie

Filmography, appearances in films:

1968: Sympathy for the Devil and Performance 1969: Invocation of My Demon Brother 1970: Gimme Shelter and Ned Kelly 1972: Umano non umano 1978: Wings of Ash 1981: Fitzcarraldo 1987: Running Out of Luck 1992: Freejack 1997: Bent 1999: Mein liebster Feind (aka My Best Fiend) 2001: Enigma, The Man From Elysian Fields, and Being Mick 2003: Mayor of the Sunset Strip 2005: Wild hogs 2008: Shine a Light

Internet links ; Official website of the British singer. ; Official website of the Group Rolling Stones.