DETROIT - Mick Jagger flew to Detroit to see about a business deal that his guitarist Keith Richards had told him about.
While he was in the Land of The Tigers, Lions, Pistons, and Red Wings, he was asked by Pico de Gallo with Tittle Tattle Tonight how it felt to be rocking and rolling after over half a century.
Jagger thought for a moment and replied that he could not believe that he has been singing "Jumping Jack Flash," "Get Off Of My Cloud," and "Ruby Tuesday" for over 50 years.
De Gallo asked him if he had slowed down any in the groupie department. Mick, who was nicknamed Mick The Stick by fellow British singer Marianne Faithfull, said that he has not wavered one bit in that area.
He laughed and said that at 68, the age of his gallery of groupies runs from 21 to 71.
Jagger grinned like the Chicago cat that swallowed the Cleveland canary and remarked that the Maroon 5 song "Moves Like Jagger" was originally called "Effs Like Jagger" but record producers decided to change it the day before it was recorded.
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