Mick Jagger’s Love Letter Auctioned
December 2, 2012 1 Comment
In commemoration of 50 years of their existence in the world music scene, musical group The Rolling Stones will be back to shake the world music repertoire by appearing on stage together in Britain and the United States.
Mick Jagger, 69, confirmed that he and three colleagues will appear on four occasions in London and New Jersey, USA. Jagger also ensure Rolling Stone’s latest concert.
Widespread coverage about their appearance again of course be an opportunity for all parties to preach anything related excitement of the events reported by 50 years of The Rolling Stones.
For example, a series of love letters written to his lover, American singer, Marsha Hunt, will be auctioned.
Written in the summer of 1969, when the Rolling Stones frontman was in Australia when p-embuatan film “Ned Kelly“.
Love Letter is called “beautiful and poetic”, written from the heart as cultural and social revolution of 1969 which recorded the historic moment. So says Dr Gabriel Heaton, books specialist from Sotheby’s auction house. Where is the auction held in London, December 12, 2012.
“Here, we see a star Mick Jagger is not world class, but the man poetic and self-conscious 25-year-old, with his vast knowledge and interest in art.”
“The letters were addressed to me. I was then 23 years old, American-born school in Berkeley, living in London. Though he and myself famous singer, actress, model Vogue, and the original player Hair, our relationship to be a part of the secret Mick than seeing the death of Brian Jones and suicide attempts girlfriend Marianne Faithfull.”
Marsha Hunt is the mother of the first child with Jagger and the Rolling Stones inspired the 1971 single, “Brown Sugar“.
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