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PIERS MORGAN: I'm getting no satisfaction from seeing the Rolling Stones surrender to the woke brigade - when the charts are full of rappers glorifying violent sex, misogyny and guns, why is Brown Sugar the song that's deemed offensive?

When the Rolling Stones appeared on the Ed Sullivan show back in 1967, lead singer Mick Jagger changed the words to their smash hit ‘Let’s Spend The Night Together’ to ‘Let’s Spend Some Time Together.’ This was because the original sex-hinting lyric was deemed too offensive for ultra-conservative American TV viewers to endure.

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PIERS MORGAN: I'm getting no satisfaction from seeing the Rolling Stones surrender to the woke brigade - when the charts are full of rappers glorifying violent sex, misogyny and guns, why is Brown Sugar the song that's deemed offensive?

Rolling Stones RETIRE 'Brown Sugar' after criticism over slavery lyrics: Keith Richards says song is about 'horrors' of the trade but he's tired of fighting with people 'trying to bury it' and band will not play it anymore

The British band are four gigs in to a 13-date U.S. tour, which begun in Sept 26 The rockers are yet to play Brown Sugar - their second-most played song They last performed it live in August 2019 and have now retired the song for now Brown Sugar's lyrics tell of slavery, rape, racism and sexual violence

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Rolling Stones RETIRE 'Brown Sugar' after criticism over slavery lyrics: Keith Richards says song is about 'horrors' of the trade but he's tired of fighting with people 'trying to bury it' and band will not play it anymore

Mick Jagger crashes bachelorette party for karaoke fun on Rolling Stones tour

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger says he rode a mechanical bull and sang karaoke as he crashed a bachelorette party in Nashville on the band's No Filter tour Rolling Stones legend Mick Jagger says he crashed a bachelorette party in Nashville and sang karaoke during the band’s No Filter tour.

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Mick Jagger crashes bachelorette party for karaoke fun on Rolling Stones tour

How Chuck Berry inspired The Rolling Stones song 'Satisfaction'

Without Chuck Berry, there’s no Keith Richards, and consequently, The Rolling Stones would be resigned to residing in our imaginations. The late blues great even had his fingerprints on ‘I Can’t Get No (Satisfaction)’, with Keith subconsciously stealing the phrase from Berry’s lexicon.

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How Chuck Berry inspired The Rolling Stones song 'Satisfaction'

Charlie Watts wanted the Rolling Stones to 'carry on without him', says Mick Jagger

The Rolling Stones lost drummer Charlie Watts earlier this year, but despite his sad passing, their late bandmate was keen to see the rockers carry on, according to frontman Mick Jagger Mick Jagger says late drummer Charlie Watts urged the Rolling Stones to carry on without him.

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Charlie Watts wanted the Rolling Stones to 'carry on without him', says Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger recalls time Keith Moon broke into his hotel room dressed as Batman

The Rolling Stones frontman said he pulled a knife on the late Who drummer during the midnight prank Mick Jagger has recalled the time The Who‘s Keith Moon broke into his hotel room dressed as Batman for a midnight prank. Speaking to Howard Stern on his Sirius XM radio show, the Rolling Stones frontman revealed that sometime in the 1970s Moon climbed up the fire escape of his Los Angeles hotel in order to get into his room.

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Mick Jagger recalls time Keith Moon broke into his hotel room dressed as Batman

Gimme Shelter! Take a look inside Mick Jagger's luxurious $2 million Florida mansion complete with four bedrooms and serene waterfront views

Jagger, 78, is living in the mansion with his girlfriend Melanie Hamrick, 34, and their son Deveraux, four, after purchasing it sight-unseen late last year The Rolling Stones frontman will have plenty of space in the 5,726 square foot home, which he bought for $1.98 million

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Gimme Shelter! Take a look inside Mick Jagger's luxurious $2 million Florida mansion complete with four bedrooms and serene waterfront views

Mick Jagger had a beer at Charlotte’s Thirsty Beaver — and no one noticed, owner says

He looked like any other ball-cap clad, jeans-wearing North Carolinian as he stood at a high-table and quaffed a brew at one of Charlotte’s most famous dive bars Wednesday night. No adoring fans to shrug off, no security guards by his side as Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger enjoyed the night air on the patio of the Thirsty Beaver Saloon on Central Avenue.

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Mick Jagger had a beer at Charlotte’s Thirsty Beaver — and no one noticed, owner says

Mick Jagger on touring without The Rolling Stones’ “heartbeat” Charlie Watts

Mick Jagger has opened up about The Rolling Stones touring without their “heartbeat” Charlie Watts. The longtime Stones drummer died at the age of 80 last month (August 24), prompting a huge outpouring of tributes from the music world and beyond. His surviving bandmates reflected on the “huge loss” last week, later dedicating their first show of 2021 to Watts.

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Mick Jagger on touring without The Rolling Stones’ “heartbeat” Charlie Watts

The Rolling Stones Share Unreleased Take On 'Troubles A'Comin'

It's a cover of the Chi-Lites soul cut... The Rolling Stones have shared a previously unreleased take on The Chi-Lites' soul cut 'Troubles A' Comin'. The band are prepping a full re-issue of their 1981 album 'Tattoo You', which originally featured tracks recorded across a decade-long span.

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The Rolling Stones Share Unreleased Take On 'Troubles A'Comin'

Mick Jagger's favourite rappers of all time

Mick Jagger has a varied and complicated history with rap music. With some questionable collaborations that could be tried in the court of law for crimes against hip-hop, Jagger has tentatively dipped his toe into a genre that continues to evolve to the masses. Still, they’ve all come from a place of love.

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Mick Jagger's favourite rappers of all time

Mick Jagger shares 'Gateway Arch photo' ahead of Sunday Rolling Stones concert

The Rolling Stones are set to take the stage in St. Louis Sunday, and Mick Jagger announced his arrival as everyone does Friday. Mick Jagger's take on the obligatory "Arch picture" shows Jagger with his arms outstretched near the south leg of the Arch. The photo was taken in broad daylight and posted early Friday morning, indicating Jagger arrived in town on Thursday or earlier.

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Mick Jagger shares 'Gateway Arch photo' ahead of Sunday Rolling Stones concert

Mick Jagger fights back tears in emotional tribute to The Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts weeks after sudden death

MICK Jagger fought back tears as he dedicated his return to stage to The Rolling Stones legend Charlie Watts. Performing for the first time since the 80-year-old drummer's sudden death last month, the rock star got emotional as he paid tribute. The Rolling Stones performed a private gig at Gillette Stadium, Massachusetts, as they kicked off their US tour on Monday night.

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Mick Jagger fights back tears in emotional tribute to The Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts weeks after sudden death

Who did Keith Richards write The Rolling Stones song 'Beast of Burden' for?

The Rolling Stones’ 1978 song ‘Beast of Burden‘ has proven to have an extensive shelf life. While many songs from the Stones’ musical ventures in the late ’70s failed to win the hearts of the punk-drunk public, the biggest single from their album Some Girls has all the mellow brilliance of ‘Wild Horses’, ‘No Expectations’ and other classic tracks from their heyday.

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Who did Keith Richards write The Rolling Stones song 'Beast of Burden' for?

Kaia Gerber’s First-Ever Met Gala Look Was Inspired by Bianca Jagger

For her first-ever Met gala, Kaia Gerber proved that she knows how to nail a fashion reference—with the model inspired by Bianca Jagger’s 1981 Met gala look, originally created by Dior. Gerber exuded pure elegance, and enlisted Oscar de la Renta to re-create the strapless black gown featuring floral detailing around the neckline.

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Kaia Gerber’s First-Ever Met Gala Look Was Inspired by Bianca Jagger

Dog's unexpected reaction after owner blows raspberries

Welsh Terrier Jagger didn't quite know what to make of the strange noise made by his owner A Welsh Terrier had an unexpected reaction when his owner decided to blow raspberries in their direction. The moment Jagger heard the unusual noise for the first time was captured on camera.

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Dog's unexpected reaction after owner blows raspberries

Mick Jagger health: Rolling Stones icon's impressive recovery after heart surgery

MICK JAGGER remains one of the most successful musicians in history. His legacy with the Rolling Stones has spanned over six decades. Their music has amassed a huge fanbase, so unsurprisingly fans were devastated when Jagger had to undergo emergency surgery. The Stones were forced to postpone a number of tour dates due to Jagger’s ill health.

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Mick Jagger health: Rolling Stones icon's impressive recovery after heart surgery

Mick Jagger's little-known brother who shuns fame and buys charity shop clothes

Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger's younger brother Chris opened up about his life in his new book Talking To Myself He's the Jagger who drives second-hand cars and buys his clothes from charity shops, worked as a cabbie, rehearses his music in a barn and performs it in the back-rooms of pubs.

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Mick Jagger's little-known brother who shuns fame and buys charity shop clothes

The Rolling Stones song Mick Jagger called "the ultimate freakout".

Mick Jagger isn’t exactly known for his calm, soothing aura. The legendary Rolling Stones frontman was born to be an entertainer, and his enthusiasm, both on record and on stage, helped contribute both to their initial appeal and their eventual longevity. The man has iconic moves for a reason.

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The Rolling Stones song Mick Jagger called