Understanding that overfishing is a serious problem in today's world -- and that the easiest way to raise awareness for a cause is to convince pretty girls to take off their clothes in support of it -- Mick Jagger's 28-year-old daughter Lizzy has taken it all off for Fishlove.
Mick Jagger was joined by other rock luminaries including Jeff Beck, Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire during his stint hosting the season finale of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ where the Rolling Stones frontman proved adept at not just music, but comedy and political punditry as well.
NBC’s ‘Saturday Night Live’ is pulling out at all the stops for the finale of its 37th season. First it was announced that Mick Jagger would be both the host and musical guest. Then they said that Jagger would be backed by Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire. Now they’ve added another rock legend to the proceedings, guitarist Jeff Beck.
Mick Jagger has been confirmed as the host for the season finale of ‘Saturday Night Live,’ closing the chapter on the storied sketch show’s 37th season, according to ScreenCrush. Jagger has appeared on ‘SNL’ multiple times as the musical guest with the Rolling Stones, but this is his first foray as the host. The finale airs May 19.
Back in 1988, Joe Satriani was losing $8,000 a week on his failing tour to promote ‘Surfing With the Alien,’ and it got so bad that he was even considering putting down his guitar for good. That’s when he got some help from a most unlikely benefactor: Mick Jagger.
Is it possible President Obama is looking to sing his way back into the White House this November? Last night the Commander in Chief was joined on stage by all all-star band that included Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, B.B. King, Buddy Guy and Booker T. Jones. It took some convincing, but the President fronted the group of legends, if only for a few bars of ‘Sweet Home Chicago.’
Mick Jagger says there is a wide mix of music on the upcoming debut by SuperHeavy, his new supergroup with singer/guitarist Dave Stewart of Eurythmics fame, plus singers Joss Stone and Damian Marley and composer AR Rahman.
“It’s very approachable,” Jagger says. “If you’re a Rolling Stones fan, there’s definitely stuff you can relate to.”
The reggae-flavored ‘Miracle Worker’ is the first single, an