Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger vamped, preened and
swaggered through his appearance on the season finale of
"Saturday Night Live." The rock legend not only hosted the show,
but also put on four memorable musical performances, backed up by
an impressive backing band made up of friends that included Arcade
Fire, Foo Fighters and Jeff Beck.
The highlights were his literal blues song 'Tea Party',
performed alongside old friend Jeff Beck "I love the blues
because in any era, the blues talk about what's on people's mind,"
he said at the song's outset. Whilst far from Mick's best lyrical
work in what seemed like a hastily put together observation on the
current US election campaign, but executed so as not to offend
anyone. We just can't find fault in anything Jeff Beck does. Every
blues lick is a joy to watch and it's just a shame we didn't get to
see Beck let rip on the short (for a blues song) jam.
Watch Jagger's performances below.
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