NEW YORK (AP) – Mick Jagger likes excitement. Natural bees
The frontman Fronting Stones, who will be a American tour in the next spring with an iconic band, says live shows give him an unacceptable rush and that is why he is a traveling girlfriend in 75 years old.
"When you go out in front of all those people, you will get a huge amount of chemicals in your body – your own chemicals, not chemicals you've given," she said.
"Let's face it, it's a huge shock. It must be playing football or something," he said.
Jagger should feel like a football player – as he plays the stadium with NFL stars when the Stones No Filter tour will be launched in Miami on April 20, 2019.
Tickets are on sale for Friday and the 13 shows arrive in Florida, Texas, Arizona, California, Washington, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Illinois and Washington, D.C.
"Basically, your life is committed to doing those few hours on the site and everything else builds on it. Of course, you can enjoy yourself at other times, but indeed you & # 39 ; n think about the next show or the show that you're doing that night, "said Jagger, who will be in line with Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts. "There's a lot of fragile time going into that – keep yourself (with each other) so that you can go through everything without screwing physical and mental and keeping & You're very suddenly, but I'll really enjoy it. "
In an interview, Monday with The Associated Press, Jagger spoke about the trip, only three Grammys who appeared in the new "But Amazing Grace" concert program, which were filmed at Los Angeles's church in 1972.
AP: What can supporters expect from the U.S. shows?
Jagger: A good night out! A good evening for everyone. We did a similar tour in Europe this summer, so there's a lot of fun. … It's quite high energy and it's a good show, I'll believe. I'm in it.
AP: Are different performances in the United States compared to other territories?
Jagger: Well, I do not usually have to speak foreign languages, so that's a big difference. When you travel to Europe there are many languages, so I try to make them all and that's a bit of time, so (in the US) I can focus on some things others. There are many regional differences, say between Houston and New York, so you have to steal yourself to a little. There is a little about adjusting your set and attitude. It's different. It's nice to be different, you do not want it to be completely homogeneous. But it's great to have so many different areas, different states and so on.
AP: How does the new music you write is coming?
Jagger: He's going well. I have a lot of things. I'll do more writing this week. And I always like lunch. I enjoy the writing process a lot. I mean, you always think that the last thing you've written is great and sometimes they're not really (laughing). But it's really fun doing it and it's really enjoyable doing new things.
AP: You do not even need to release music because of the band catalog …
Jagger: Yeah, and we have not released that and I think it's a pity that we have not released more new music. So, I would hope that we will release some music. We have a huge catalog. The thing about the catalog is when we make a journey like this, I'll try to go back and find some things that we have never done or have not done a lot and try it mix, so there's not always a show. But when you play a very big show, there are some songs that people want to hear – you do not have to play them – but there are a certain percentage of the songs that people will want to hear and if you do not do it, they'll go, "Wish he's done that one."
AP: Was you happy with the band's blues album success, which won the Grammy this year?
Jagger: That was good. We did not really plan to do that. It only happens. It was a fun thing to do. It was … things we knew for years since we were children and played in similar clubs, and we knew that it was all quite good. I thought it was great and the response was very surprising, and I thought that was great. And I hope we'll go and find some new things too.
AP: I'm surprised that the Stones only have three Grammics, when there are other 10 or 20 actions. Do you worry about you?
Jagger: No, I do not really care for Grammys very much. I do not say it's not nice to have, it's nice to have. But I will not break my heart if I did not get Grammys and if my Grammian account is not as big as other people. But it's very nice to have a Grammy. I appreciate that.
AP: I saw you in the new Aretha documentary …
Jagger: I do not even see it again! … It was like a wonderful event. It was so late and long and I do not think that Aretha wants her to come out for her reasons and that there are so many technical problems with the audio, but I'm glad he's out and I can not wait for & # 39; w see. … It was pretty much preaching. Did they leave the preaching?
AP: They did.
Jagger: I remember that very well.
AP: What else do you remember about that day?
Jagger: I remember it very well. It was just a great event. It was quite amazing to start to end really. I think I'm going with Charlie (Watts) and I think Billy Preston is quite possible, but I do not know if you're there. It was an incredible, truly wonderful day in the church, and I have not had it for a long time.
AP: What do you remember about working with filmmaker Nicolas Roeg, who died a few days ago and directed you in 1970 "Performance"?
Jagger: He was a great movie maker and only one time I worked with him, and he co-directed. And he's a great cinematographer and made some fantastic movies, and it was very curious and all his films were very different, one to the other. Some great work was done and he had a long life and I'm sad that he was dead, but I always remember working with him; A great man to work with her.
AP: I'll know that you have produced a lot recently, from TV shows to document documents, but do you want to do more action?
Jagger: I've finished making a part of a movie, a kind of movie, called "The Heinty Orange Burnt". I just finished doing it in Italy. I did a few weeks on that, so next year. Only a small part, but fun to do.