Mick Jagger may be the oldest rock-and-roll star still on the road today, and given his current projects on the go, he isn’t planning to slow down anytime soon.
Jagger, 70, is producing several films and TV projects including the James Brown bio-pic “Get On Up.” He is also transforming “20 Feet From Stardom” – a Oscar-nominated documentary about backup singers – into a TV drama series and Broadway musical.
Some would think that the schedule would be enough to keep the rock star going non stop, but his endeavors continue as he works alongside Martin Scorsese to develop a show for HBO about the music business, as well as producing a movie about Elvis Presley.
When asked about writing an autobiography, the likes of which his band-mate Keith Richards published in October 2010, Jagger said he would rather “be doing something new” and that he would leave it up to Wikipedia to keep the public up-to-date on the success of his career.
The Rolling Stones 14 On Fire world tour kicks off in Abu Dhabi in February. “Can’t wait to be back on stage,” Mick Jagger said of the tour. “I am really looking forward to playing all your favourite songs and seeing you all very soon.”