Mick Jagger Net Worth

What Is Mick Jagger Worth?

Mick Jagger's Net Worth is $360 million

1964-1969

In 1964, The Rolling Stones released their first self-titled record, ‘The Rolling Stones’. The following year, they had their first no.1 success in the United Kingdom with ‘The Last Time’, followed by ‘I Can’t Get No Satisfaction’. From 1966 to 1969, the band toured the world dishing out great hits like ‘Let’s Spend the Night together’ and ‘Sympathy for the Devil’. During this time, one of their band members, Brian Jones, committed suicide.

Jones was swiftly succeeded by Mick Taylor and the group went on to record, ‘Let it Bleed’ in 1969. Two years later, they released one of their best albums, ‘Stick Fingers’, which includes singles like ‘Brown Sugar’ and ‘Wild Horses’.

 

1970-1978

In the 1970s, Jagger experimented with other genres of music including punk and disco. The album, ‘Some Girls’, released in 1978, showcased different genres of music. Through the remainder part of the 1970s, he went on a number of tours with ‘The Rolling Stones’.

 

1985-1990

In 1985, he decided to go solo and launched his debut solo album, ‘She’s the Boss’. However, it wasn’t as successful as his earlier albums with the Rolling Stones. During this period, his relationship with Richards also turner sour. In 1987, he released his second solo effort, ‘Primitive Cool’, which was critically acclaimed but did not do well commercially. Two years later, The Rolling Stones came back with a bang, with the album, ‘Steel Wheels’. In 1990, he released his third solo album, ‘Wandering Spirit’, which became a commercial success and was featured on numerous popular charts. Five years later, he founded ‘Jagged Films’ with Victoria Pearman.

  • In 2001, he released ‘Goddess in the Doorway’, which included the hit single, ‘Visions of Paradise’. He also performed for a charity concert following the gruesome September 11 attacks. The following year, he appeared in the movie, ‘The Man from Elysian Fields’.

2007-2012

In 2007, the Rolling Stones made a fortune while on their ‘A Bigger Bang Tour’, which earned them a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records. Two years later, he collaborated with U2 and performed ‘Gimme Shelter’ at the 25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concert.

In 2007, he produced the comedy, ‘The Knights of Prosperity’, which aired on ABC. He was also seen in the first episode of the show. In 2011, he formed a new supergroup, ‘SuperHeavy’, with band members Joss Stone, A.R. Rahman, Damian Marley and Dave Stewart. The same year, he appeared in the music video of ‘T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever) by Will.I.am. Additionally, he also appeared in the movie, ‘Some Girls: Live in Texas ‘78’. He performed at the White House for President Barack Obama along with a Blues ensemble and was also seen performing in a concert for ‘Sandy Relief’ along with The Rolling Stones on December 12, 2012.

Mick Jagger Biography

Mick Jagger is one of the most influential artists in the history of rock and roll. This famous, pouty idol of rock and roll is not only a musician, but has also dabbled with songwriting and acting. Known for his showmanship, Jagger is today, one of the greatest names in the world of music. He is also a founding member of ‘The Rolling Stones’. Mick Jagger carved a niche for himself in the music industry and went on to inspire generations of rock and roll enthusiasts. Born into a typical middle class family, he shared his passion for music with another famous artist, Keith Richards, from very early on. His unique vocal style and convulsive, often erotic/suggestive stage movements got the band, ‘The Rolling Stones’ nailed as the scalawag of the music industry, in contrast to the straightforward ‘Beatles’. During his heydays, he released a stream of hits with ‘The Rolling Stones’ including, ‘Respectable’ and ‘Hot Stuff’. Apart from his affiliation with the Rolling Stones, he also had a stunning solo career, delivering one hit album after another such as ‘She’s the Boss’, ‘Primitive Cool’, Wandering Spirit’ and ‘Goddess in the Doorway’. Career apart, he was a popular counterculture symbol, gaining much attention for his drug usage and on-stage notoriety.

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