Mick Jagger is a musician, composer and leader of the legendary British rock band: The Rolling Stones. Thanks to his quirky voice and live stage performances, among other things, Mick is considered one of the most influential figures in all of rock 'n' roll history! Jagger has maintained an active musical career since the 1960s, in which he has managed to establish himself as one of the greatest 'frontmen' that have existed in musical history.
Mick Jagger has had a whopping 16 Grammy nominations and won 3! In addition, he has also been recognized in awards such as the Golden Globes or the MTV Video Music Awards as a soloist.
Since the 60s, Mick gave life to a successful career with The Rolling Stones, a band that managed to lay the foundations of contemporary rock, thanks to materials such as Beggars Banquet or Let it Bleed. Along with The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger became one of the best-selling artists of all time, with sales of over 200 million albums! In 1989, Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Mick and the Stones have taken it upon themselves to influence countless artists and musicians over the past decades.
Mick Jagger has experienced parenthood on many occasions throughout his life. The British singer-songwriter has had a total of eight children! Of course, Mick did not have all his children with a single partner, since there have been five women with whom the English musician has had at least one child. In 1970 Marsha Hunt gave birth to Karis Hunt Jagger; in 1971 Jade was born, daughter of Bianca Jagger. Elizabeth, James Leroy, Georgia May, and Gabriel Jagger were born out of Jagger's relationship with Jerry Hall, while Lucas Jagger and Deveraux Jagger are the children of Luciana Gimenez Morad and Melanie Hamrick, respectively.