The Rolling Stones’ legendary musician Mick Jagger was the recent customer of a famous Italian restaurant before they perform in Denver on Saturday night at Mile High Stadium.
Here is what Allesandro Polo, the owner of Lo Stella Ristorante said to the reporters.
“I guess he wanted to have some good pasta. He enjoyed it a lot. He was very, very nice, and he left me one of his guitar picks.
I’m very honored because of course, I’m a big fan. Who isn’t?”
Polo also revealed that Mick also celebrated one of his bodyguards in the restaurant.
“They said Mick Jagger flew the bodyguard’s family out to have dinner with him for his birthday. I thought that was cool.”
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Last week, Robert Plant revealed the common point of him with another legendary musician, The Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger.
Robert Plant claimed that he and Mick Jagger have the same taste of music and love the same songs at all.
Here is what Robert Plant said, transcribed by Alternative Nation:
“As a singer from my time I’m sure if you expect anybody else from who was beginning when I began – say Rod Stewart listening to The Soul Stirrers, Sam Cooke, Mel Carter, and all those people.
Elton [John], [Mick] Jagger with his vocal approach – we were all listening to people from that particular time.
So [Ahmet Ertegun] said: ‘you keep on singing these songs, it’s driving me nuts, I can get anybody in the studio to play them. Why don’t you sing them?’ – So I did.”
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