Mick Jagger by Thomas Copi
Mick Jagger is one of the founders of the Rolling Stones. A singer, songwriter, harmonica-player, dancer and prancer, Mick Jagger's long career with the Stones included a 1969 stop at Detroit's Olympia Stadium, then home ice for the Detroit Red Wings. The acoustics in such a building are very bright and LOUD, perfect for the Rolling Stones. Later, commenting about their American tour, Jagger said, "We didn't really get it on until Detroit!"