“You’ve got to be enthusiastic for what you do when you get out there and have the energy to do it,” the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger told The Star’s Timothy Finn. “All music requires energy, I suppose, but rock music needs a lot of physical energy. If you’ve still got that, then great. If you don’t then maybe you shouldn’t be doing it.”
“You’ve got to be enthusiastic for what you do when you get out there and have the energy to do it,” the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger told The Star’s Timothy Finn. “All music requires energy, I suppose, but rock music needs a lot of physical energy. If you’ve still got that, then great. If you don’t then maybe you shouldn’t be doing it.” Ariel Schalit File photo
“You’ve got to be enthusiastic for what you do when you get out there and have the energy to do it,” the Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger told The Star’s Timothy Finn. “All music requires energy, I suppose, but rock music needs a lot of physical energy. If you’ve still got that, then great. If you don’t then maybe you shouldn’t be doing it.” Ariel Schalit File photo
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