Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 17, 1975 · Page 127
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 127

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 17, 1975
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'let-set idols Mick /agger and wife B/anca, a former model and a native of Nicaragua. They have a daughter who will be 4 years old in October. continued tion teacher. He was reared in a middle- class family, participated in sports, enjoyed the rode music of the 1950*$ as played by Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Muddy Waters, and Fats Domino. He did well in school and in 1962 entered the London School of Economics'on a government grant. He studied economics for two years before quitting to devote his full time to the Stones. The name Rolling Stones was borrowed from a song by Muddy Waters, 'The Rolling Stones Blues." Jagger entered the band business pretty much through a circumstantial meeting. Oh the train to London to attend college he ran into a former Dartford Grammar School classmate. Keith Richard, a guitar-playing art student. They renewed their friendship and Richard introduced Jagger to another guitarist, Brian Jones. Soon the trio moved into a dilapidated Chelsea flat, began playing rock 'n' roll, opened at a small jazz dub in London. The money rolls in Thirteen years after their first engagement, the Rolling Stones are multimillionaires. Four of the five original Stones x have survived. Brian Jones drowned in his swimming pool in 1969, reportedly self-drugged. A few weeks ago the - Stones finally surpassed the Beatles in total number of tpp-10 albums. Two of their latest "Made in the Shade" and ."Metamorphosis," bring their total to 22. The Beatles, who broke up their fabulously successful .outfit five years ago, have 21. Money and acclaim have permitted the Stones to scowl their way into Establishment society, protesting they were never really the lower-class bad boys they made themselves out to be. Jagger, who once dismissed marriage as a pagan rite, is Bianca Perez Morena de Macias, a former model from Nicaragua. They have a daughter, Jade, who'll be 4 in October. A literate musician, Mick Jagger is fond of art, travel, antique-collecting and such luxuries as limousines, fine wines, and hand-tailored clothes. Offstage he is surely no anti-Establishment character. One of his confidants reports, "Mick is the brains and guts of the organization, he's like a chairman of the board. Those two years he spent at the London School of Economics weren't for nothing. He asks the right questions and keeps asking them until he gets what he considers satisfactory answers." Special attractions Jagger and company are bright enough to offer their fans the extras that other rock groups overlook. On his last tour here, Jagger included a 20,, .foot-long rubberized phallus that exploded from the center of a specially built $4 million stage. In one Los Angeles performance he grabbed a rope, swung out some 30 feet Tarzan-style above the audience. On another night he tossed buckets of water at Liza Min- .nelli, his wife .and other fans. Offstage he is apt in personal conversations" to condemn the excesses of private enterprise, but he^is also qliick to take advantage of tax loopholes. He is, for example, a British tax exile whose legal residence is now in France. Significant, too, is the fact that in their 13 years of existence, the Stones have played only one major benefit concert, and that for the earthquake victims in Bianca's native Nicaragua. By projecting irreverence, sexuality, and an anti-Establishment image, the Rolling Stones continue to thrive. So long as Mick Jagger remains front and center, the Stones have it made. The only character in the entire music business who rivals Jagger is his fellow Englishman, Elton John. The summer of 1975 belongs to them. 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