Tami Danielson

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Jun 28, 2020
Being in a band can be so tough. When you’re writing songs, recording albums, touring the world, and doing it all with the same exact people day after day, relationships can become a little strained, to say the least. It’s like being in any family – you fight, you get mad, then you make up … most of the time.

Let’s start with the Rolling Stones, or more specifically the “Glimmer Twins” as Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are affectionately known. These two have obviously learned the art of “kiss and make up” pretty well, to withstand nearly 60 years together. From the 60s through today, the famed duo has had more than their fair share of differences, even doing solo albums during band breaks. In 2010, Richards decided to publish his autobiography, in which he called Jagger’s manhood a “tiny dodger,” and referred to Jagger as “her majesty.” Yikes!

Jagger’s very rancorous response? “Imagine that everything Keith says is true. Now imagine those things being said by a...

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