On Epix, watch Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and their most stunning confessions in “My Life as a Rolling Stone”
At the start of “My Life As A Rolling Stone,” Mick Jagger promises that he will try to keep the tone light.
Given the band’s lengthy history, it’s challenging to sum up one of music’s titans in a hilarious way. The four-part Epix documentary series, on the other hand, presents a full history of how the Rolling Stones became the ROLLING STONES, complete with vintage performance footage and interview excerpts, as well as new commentary from Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and Ronnie Wood.
Tina Turner had doubts about Mick Jagger’s achievement. Tina Turner recalls Mick Jagger watching her and her brother Ike play from behind the speakers at her London gigs. According to one of the famed Ikettes, P.P. Arnold, the “hot” and “cool” Jagger would also practise his dancing routines backstage.
Turner was unimpressed by Jagger’s early displays of showmanship.
The Jagger episode debuted earlier this month and will be available for free for 90 days on Epix.com, the app, Apple TV, Amazon, Roku, and the majority of cable networks. The spotlight will be on Richards on Epix on Sunday at 9 p.m. EDT/PDT, followed by Woods and the late Charlie Watts during the next two weeks.
The Rolling Stones’ first tour without Charlie Watts is heartbreaking.
“He was fine,” she says, “but I didn’t think he’d amount to anything.” “Please accept my apologies, Mick!”
Turner’s opinion changes after seeing Jagger play with more expertise years later.
“Mick was not the same person I encountered lurking behind the speakers in London,” she continues. “He’d come out of his shell.” “Mick evolved into Mick Jagger.”
Mick Jagger’s most recent release is the theme song for Gary Oldman’s spy thriller on Apple TV+.