Mick Jagger

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Lights out: Sean Booth and Rob Brown of Autechre

Electronic musicians tend to stage elaborate live shows featuring dazzling lights, eye-popping visuals, and all sorts of bells and whistles. Kraftwerk(...)

Our dad the poet: Seamus, Catherine, Mick, Marie and Chris Heaney in the 1970s. Photograph © Bobbie Hanvey; courtesy National Library of Ireland

Five years after the jolt of Seamus Heaney’s unexpected death we are back at a moment. Back with Heaney, whose poems resonate with the rhythm of the l(...)

Ibiza anthems: a laser show at Amnesia, the Balearic nightclub. Photograph: Leelu/Getty

Dara Ó Briain used to tell a joke about a geriatric Generation Xer invading the dance floor at a wedding years in the future. “That’s not a dance. Thi(...)

Studio 54: celebrity-strewn

Oh God. Not the photograph of Bianca Jagger on a horse. Don’t show us the photograph of Bianca Jagger on a horse. The story of New York’s Studio 54 – (...)

Beyoncé: high priestess of woke

Dab an eye. “Woke” has, in this part of the world, gone the way of “political correctness”. Momentarily a useful borrowing from African-American Engli(...)

Mick Jagger during the Rolling Stones gig at Croke Park: Musicians can’t always get what they want when it comes to political use of their songs. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

As inevitable as chorus follows bridge follows verse, politicians and political campaigners in need of a soundtrack will attract the ire of the musici(...)

Mick  is flailing his arms, waggling his bum and generally Jaggering (it’s a verb). Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

At 8.30 in Croke Park a man starts playing the bongos and suddenly his Satanic Majesty himself, Mick Jagger, is there in a long silver coat, twirling (...)

Ireland and Pakistan teams after day 5 of the Test match at Malahide. Photograph: Oisin Keniry/Inpho

On a windy, rainy first day last Friday, Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom was wearing his stoic, philosophical face. Palms open, collar(...)

Mick Jagger was a surprise guest at the third day of the test cricket match between Ireland and Pakistan at Malahide on Sunday. Photograph: INPHO/Oisin Keniry

The Rolling Stones arrived into Dublin on Sunday evening in timely fashion for their concert on Thursday at Croke Park. Barely had their private jet (...)

Mick Jagger from The Rolling Stones. The band skick off their “No Filter” tour at Croke Park this Thursday May 17th. Photograph:  David Wolff-Patrick, Redferns

Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger and Charlie Watts from The Rolling Stones will kick off their “No Filter” tour at Croke Park this Thursday Ma(...)

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