They never seem to slow down, and The Rolling Stones are gearing up to hit the road in Europe for a whopping 14-concert run called 14 On Fire.
Mick, Keith, Charlie and Ron will begin their trek on May 26th in Norway and hit Italy, Austria, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Holland, France and Germany before wrapping things up in Denmark on July 3rd.
It’s been a devastating week for Mick Jagger since news broke of his longtime girlfriend L’Wren Scott’s suicide, and the Rolling Stones singer just posted a message to his fans via Facebook to share his thoughts.
The “Sympathy For the Devil” rocker wrote, "I am still struggling to understand how my lover and best friend could end her life in this tragic way.”
He has been called “Frontman,” “Your Majesty,” and “Brenda.” And now Mick Jagger can look forward to a brand new title: “Great Grandfather!”
At age 70, the Rolling Stones lead singer, although excited for his granddaughter Assisi's pregnancy, is most likely NOT going to be slowing down any time soon, as the band goes on tour in Australia in 2014.
Charming women with his rock star status throughout the years has always been Mick Jagger's forte, however the Rolling Stones' lead singer claims that he has never hit on the irresistible Katy Perry.
The 29-year-old pop princess spoke with Australian DJs Ash, Kip & Luttsy on Nova FM during a recent interview, and revealed that she previously worked with the Rolling Stones' front man before her career took off and even sang back-up for his tune, "Old Habits Die Hard."