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Mick Jagger- Attended a private reception poolside at the Palace Hotel after the Live Aid concert held in Philadelphia in 1985 and had to be practically carried to his suite afterwards because he was so high, and hadn't had anything at all to drink.
Mick Jagger and David Bowie team up on Dancing in the Street - 1985 - they recorded a version of the Martha and the Vandellas song at Abbey Road studios, shooting a video for the track in London Docklands - it topped the UK charts for four weeks.
Mick Jagger performing live in 1989
Drugs arrests, 1967 In February 1967, police raided a party at Richards’s Sussex home, Redlands. No arrests were made at the time but Jagger and Richards would later be charged with drugs offences. Meanwhile, on 10 May 1967 guitarist Brian Jones was arrested for possession of cannabis after the police raided his house. In June, Jagger was sentenced to prison for three months for possession of amphetamines and Keith Richards was sentenced to a year’s imprisonment for allowing the smoking of canna
Exile on Main St., 1972 The band recorded parts of double album Exile on Main St., their 10th British studio album, in the UK, the south of France and Los Angeles. It was released in March 1972, and went to No1 in the UK and American charts. Exile on Main St. initially received a mixed reception from critics, but is now considered to be the one of the Rolling Stones’ finest albums.