Mick Jagger keeps abreast of current affairs on the Rolling Stones’ private jet during their 1975 American Tour

In 1975, Mick Jagger was at the height of his fame as the lead singer of The Rolling Stones, one of the most iconic and influential rock bands of all time. At this time, the Stones were in the midst of their Tour of the Americas ’75, which was a massive, highly-anticipated concert tour that took them across North America and included performances at some of the biggest and most famous venues in the world.

Jagger, who was known for his energetic and flamboyant stage presence, was at the top of his game during this tour, delivering electrifying performances night after night that left fans mesmerized and screaming for more. Offstage, he was the epitome of rock and roll excess, living a fast-paced, hedonistic lifestyle that included drug use and numerous romantic liaisons. It was a heady time for Jagger, who was at the peak of his powers as a performer and a cultural icon, and one that would be remembered as a defining moment in the history of rock and roll. H/T>

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