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A look ahead to next year's most promising and exciting freshman series.
With its last run of live shows launching this week, Monty Python held a press conference today with a little help from Mick Jagger.
David and Mick dance in the street without any musical accompaniment.
Mick Jagger wrote a touching tribute to his girlfriend L'Wren Scott, who was found dead earlier this week after tragically committing suicide.
L'Wren Scott, a model and costume designer perhaps best known for being Mick Jagger's current girlfriend, has died after apparently committing suicide.
I think I was 15 minutes <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/sports/2013/09/73-sports-movies-73-days-running-man/" target="_blank">into The Running Man yesterday</a> morning, when I suddenly shouted, “Holy crap, what about Freejack.
In honor of his 70th birthday, a collection of the greatest dancing Mick Jagger GIFs.
Mick Jagger reads the "Top Ten Things I, Mick Jagger, Have Learned After 50 Years in Rock 'n' Roll.
Watching Mick Jagger do his thing with Letterman's Top Ten got me thinking: wouldn't he make a much better fill-in for Kurt Cobain than Paul McCartney at a Nirvana reunion show?
That's the right British rock band from the 1960s, right.
As you <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/music/2012/05/arcade-fire-and-the-foo-fighters-will-perform-with-mick-jagger-on-snl/">may have heard</a>, Mick Jagger is hosting and performing on SNL this weekend, where he'll be <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/music/2012/05/arcade-fire-and-the-foo-fighters-will-perform-with-mick-jagger-on-snl/">joined by Arcade Fire and the Foo Fighters</a>.
As of now, the greatest guest backing band in “SNL” history is either the E Street Band (with Bruce Springsteen) or the guys who played behind Ashlee Simpson, who I’m calling the Poor Bastards.
I'm not sure what Mick Jagger-related incidents I'm more disturbed by this morning: the fact that I woke up with Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" in my head, or the news that Mick Jagger is set to portray a character based on News Corp overlord Rupert Murdoch in a new film called, Tabloid.
If someone would have told me this morning, "Brett, today you're going to watch a Maroon 5 video in which a shirtless Adam Levine gyrates around while singing a song about how he's got "moves like Jagger," I would've been pretty sure I would have hated it.