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After gossip from Paul McCartney: Now Mick Jagger has the laughs on his side

2021-10-16T13:09:41.050Z

Ex-Beatle Paul McCartney had blasphemed in an interview about the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger shot back at a concert in Los Angeles.



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Mick Jagger performing in Los Angeles

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"If you guys do a bunch of crap, we can do it too." That was the Rolling Stones' attitude towards the Beatles back in the late 1960s - at least if you believe Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards.

At a concert at the SoFi stadium in Los Angeles, Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger, 78, shot back against Paul McCartney, 79, who had previously blasphemed about the Rolling Stones in an interview with the "New Yorker".

“Paul McCartney is here.

He will help us and accompany us on a blues cover, ”Jagger said on stage in front of thousands of spectators.

McCartney had called the Rolling Stones a “blues cover band” in the interview: “I'm not sure if I should say that, but they're a blues cover band, something like that is the Stones.

I think our claim was different. "

The rivalry between the Beatles and the Rolling Stones has been going on for decades: who can rightly call themselves the best band of all time?

Who is selling more records?

Who has more fans?

Beatles legend John Lennon has also passed down gossip about his fellow Rolling Stones musicians.

"Mick Jagger is a joke," he said in a 1970 interview with Jann S. Werner, the founder and publisher of the American "Rolling Stone" magazine.

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Source: spiegel

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