Saturday, May 21, 2011

Mick Jagger is parallel to Super Heavy Rolling

Mick Jagger, with a whopping sixty-eight Añaza that has behind him, has not yet had enough with being one of the most influential musicians in the history of rock & roll and carry forty-nine years with the Rolling Stones, practically all his life. No, still bellows to undertake projects in parallel and probably for much more.

Has joined a handful of artists from different backgrounds and ages to form his new band, Super Heavy, among which we find to Joss Stone, Dave Stewart of Eurythmics, Damien Marley, the youngest son of Bob and AR Rahman, composer soundtrack of Slumdog Millionaire. It is certainly a good combination of styles, though it is difficult to be able to agree on what to do.

Jagger and assisted in the day with Stewart in the recording of one of their albums, and both did the same with another of the works of Joss Stone, which you could say are the core of the training. Also there are rumors that Jeff Beck has contributed to the work of guitar and other unconfirmed sources say that the entire project is managed by Nokia, but neither one nor the other is for sure.

Have to wait and see if there is any official statement from those involved or better yet, release a single to feed the populace.

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