The most iconic of rock & roll frontmen, Rolling Stones singer Mick Jagger was synonymous with sex appeal and swagger. Despite a solo career that never quite took off, he remained one of the world’s most recognizable rock stars. Raised outside London, Jagger grew up in a middle-class family and ultimately attended the London School of Economics. More significant however was his meeting a young Keith Richards at Dartford Grammar School in September 1950. Though the two lost touch for a time, they reconnected ten years later and began bonding over blues records. By 1963 the classic line-up was in place and Jagger left economics school.
This image was taken very early in Jagger’s career and just after he came to study in London in the 60’s.
A3 size (297x420mm) on artex 3mm board with high quality print.
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