The original bad boy of rock, Mick Jagger lead The Rolling Stones to an acclaimed status for more than five decades. Jagger unapologetically explored his wild side, broke all the rules and yet still prevails as the most iconic front man of all time.

He erupted into the spotlight after reigniting a primary school friendship with Keith Richards. Bonding over a passion for music, the pair became the key to The Stones. With over 200 million copies of their albums sold, there are countless songs that could be considered as their signature. But ultimately the one defining track that drips with attitude and oozes sex is ‘I can’t get no satisfaction’.

Jagger’s vigorous stage presence and swaggering charisma led to him being recognised as one of the most electrifying performers in rock history. Other music icons such as David Bowie and Iggy Pop took influence from his status as a sex symbol to countless teens during the 60s and 70s, which his pouty lips became the integral logo. His provocative nature combined with his rebellious Brit rock invasion image, has been credited as having a transformative effect on youth culture.

Elevated as a countercultural legend for being the most renowned bad-bad in British music.  After being arrested for drug charges, an iconic image of Jagger and his band appeared across newspaper stating ‘The Stones won’t go to jail.’ The pioneer poster boy for sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll, knighted for his services to music, Jagger’s impact on mainstream culture cannot be understated.

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