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Would You Rather: New Stones Music Or Mick Jagger’s Hair?

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We’re all well aware, and jealous, of that perfect head of hair Mick Jagger has been able to keep all these years. But did you ever think you would be able to keep that same coiff for yourself? No. we’re not about to tell you about some strange regiment of berries, oils and mud that Mick uses — we’re talking about a strand of Mick’s hair that is up for auction.

How is this even a thing, you ask? Well, it turns out that the Stones singer left a few silky strands behind at one of his lady friends parents’ house back in the ’60s. Obviously impressed with their daughter’s choice in rock stars to bring home, her family saved the hair, and it’s now being auctioned off to the highest bidder — that could be YOU! If you have anywhere between $2000 and $3000 to fork over.

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In other stones news, it looks like the band has gotten their 96th wind after playing their hits for fans on their recent tour. Ronnie Wood has been hinting at even more brand new Stones music in the future.

During a recent interview with WZLX in Boston, Ron mentioned that the band was “having a ball,” and that their recent shows are the best they’ve ever done.

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“It’s a new lease on life. They’ve proved to be a kick in the pants for us. Not only can we do it — we’re better than ever,” said Wood.

And it seems this new lease on life could lead them back into the studio.

“We’ve got the big wheels rolling now; we’ve just got to find the gaps to record.”

Are YOU excited to hear new Stones tracks, or are you happy with just the classic hits?

–Joe Cingrana/WCBS-FM

h/t UCR


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