Los Angeles Times
Date: 2012-02-24
Author: Margaret Wappler

Article Mentions
Author, Margaret Wappler
Mentioned, Mick Jagger
Mentioned, B.B. King
Mentioned, Buddy Guy
Mentioned, Keith Richards
Mentioned, Maroon 5
Mentioned, The Rolling Stones
Mentioned, Lady GaGa
Mentioned, Al Green
Mentioned, Jeff Beck
Mentioned, The Rolling Stones
Mentioned, The Washington Post
Mentioned, Getty Images
Playing the White House? Whatevs, according to Mick Jagger. OK, so that wasn't his exact quote, but that was the gist. In an interview with the Washington Post a couple days after honoring the American blues at the Obama abode, the king of the stage strut replied, when asked if he was nervous beforehand, "I dont want to sound blas ... but every gig is a gig, right?" This is probably a reasonable reply, if huffing and puffing in the East Room is just simply the 1,975,499th performance of your career. But might this be a sign that The Rolling Stones should forgo their next tour in favor of, well, doing something that actually makes one of them feel something again? Even if that just means, you know, holding a newborn baby or something? Just a...(read more)
... Playing the White House? Whatevs, according to Mick Jagger ...
... OK, so that wasn't his exact quote, but that was the gist. In an interview with the Washington Post a couple days after honoring the American blues at the Obama abode, the king of the stage strut replied, when asked if he was nervous beforehand, "I d ...
... Jeff Beck and others on Tuesday. In an inspired move, he passed the microphone to President Obama so that he could croon a few lines of Sweet Home Chicago. Obama's been showing off his ample tenor lately, as you know. There aren't many A&R agents ...


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