We hear Mick Jagger is about to become a great grandfather. Which means his young 42 year old daughter is gonna be a grandmother. I guess Mick did it right. Making it to great grandfather with a relatively young grandmother daughter gives him a chance to play with the great grandkids. He's pretty healthy (he has to be to keep his energy level where it is to "Move like Jagger!" He'll be around a long, long time.
This is the guy who said in the 70's when he was 33 that he'd rather be dead at 45 than be playing "Satisfaction!" If he had died then he wouldn't have seen his daughter grow up and have kids and grandkids.
1-THE HUNGER GAMES: CATCHING FIRE - $161M (best November opening ever)
2-THOR: THE DARK WORLD - $14.1M
3-THE BEST MAN HOLIDAY - $12.5M
4-DELIVERY MAN - $8.2M (thought it did better, Vince in great)
5-FREE BIRDS - $5.3M
6-LAST VEGAS - $4.4M
7-BAD GRANDPA - $3.4M
8-GRAVITY - $3.3M
9-12 YEARS A SLAVE - $2.8M
10-DALLAS BUYERS CLUB - $2.7M
Heart is planning host a star-studded concert special that will air on AXS TV on the evening of December 25th. ‘Heart & Friends: Home for the Holidays’ will be taped on December 12 at Benaroya Hall in Ann and Nancy Wilson‘s hometown of Seattle.
The hour-long show will feature the Wilson sisters joined by Sammy Hagar, Richard Marx, Train frontman Pat Monahan and Shawn Colvin. The concert will see Ann and Nancy performing some classic Heart tunes, as well as a variety of Christmas songs, including ones written by Hagar, Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell and Harry Nilsson. The guest singers will be on hand to either duet with the Wilsons or lend backing vocals to the songs.
-RAY DAVIES (Kinks)
-LED ZEPPELIN’S ROBERT PLANT AND JIMMY PAGE
-KC AND THE SUNSHINE BAND’S HARRY WAYNE CASEY.
Lady Gaga $80m
Bon Jovi $79m
Toby Keith $65m
Justin Bieber $58m
Taylor Swift $55m
Elton John $54m
Beyonce/Kenny Chesney (tie) $53m
Paul McCartney $47m
DJ/Producer Calvin Harris $46m
Jennifer Lopez $45m
Roger Waters $44m
Rihanna/Muse (tie) $43m
Jay Z/One Direction (tie) $42m
Dr. Dre/Red Hot Chili Peppers (tie)
Katy Perry/Rolling Stones (tie) $39m
Tim McGraw $33m
Pink/DJ Tiesto (tie) $32m
Robert Plant has posted the 2nd episode in his new 8-part web series, "Zirka."
It documents his 2003 trip to perform in Mali and the Festival in the Desert. Plant said,"It was a journey of revelation...one of the most illuminating and humbling experiences of my life,"
"The trip took us from the scurry and bustle of our world into the homeland of the Tuareg, the Sahel of Mali, Timbuctoo, and nort to Essakane. A journey that could only reinforce the power and the great gift of music across and between cultures...sharing outside of language."
Here's a link to the Rolling Stone article for more info: