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November 27, 2018

MICK JAGGER - TOUR NEW YORK (AP) — Mick Jagger likes a buzz. A natural buzz.

The Rolling Stones frontman, who will tour America next spring with his iconic band, says live shows give him a rush that can’t be matched and is the reason that at 75, he still loves touring.

“When you go out in front of all those people you get an enormous rush of chemicals in your body — your own chemicals, not chemicals you’ve put in,” he said laughing.

“Let’s face it, it is a huge buzz. Must be like playing football or something,” he said.

Jagger should feel like a football player — since he’ll be playing the same stadiums as NFL stars when the Stones’ No Filter tour launches in Miami on April 20, 2019.

Tickets go on sale Friday and the 13 shows will hit Florida, Texas, Arizona, California, Washington, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Illinois and Washington, D.C.


NEW YORK (AP) — Mick Jagger says the new music he’s working on now is “going good.” The Rolling Stones frontman says he already has “lots of stuff” and will be “doing some more writing this week.” Jagger says while he enjoys the writing process, he also tries to be realistic about it. He acknowledges, “you always think the last thing you wrote is really wonderful,” but sometimes that isn’t really the case.


NEW YORK (AP) — The Rolling Stones are considered one of the best rock bands ever. But the folks who dole out the Grammys apparently don’t agree. The group has racked up only three Grammys to their name — when other acts have scored 10 or 20. How does lead singer Mick Jagger feel about that? He says, “I don’t really care about Grammys very much.” He says while it’s “very nice to get a Grammy” and he appreciates the honor, it won’t break his heart if he misses out on one or if his career total is less than other artists.

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