At the end of last month, Mick Jagger went to a small local bar in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he was visiting The Rolling Stones on a North American tour, and was told that no one had noticed him. He stopped by the bar.
He sang “Honky Tonk Women” at the karaoke bar.
Thank you Nashville!
Next stop LA
— Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) October 10, 2021
According to USA Today, Mick said at a performance there on Saturday (October 9th), “I had a good time yesterday. I went to Printers Ally and played” Honky Tonk Women “at the karaoke bar. Singing. At Pedal Tavern, I jumped in at the last single party. They loved my Goo Goo cluster. I ended up riding a rodeo machine at Wild Beaver, “he told the audience. It is said that
See you tonight Nashville!
Shot/edited by Matt Clifford pic.twitter.com/bIFVCAOYXn
— Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) October 9, 2021
Before the performance, Mick posted a video of Nashville at night on Twitter. Mick sometimes walked along the road with other people, but he was wearing a cap and a mask, so he didn’t seem to notice it here either.
“When I visit the city, I don’t want to just stay. I want to see something,” Mick said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times after talking about what happened in Charlotte.
Not only walking out at night, but also exploring the city during the day, and posting the situation on SNS.