Mick Jagger is an icon. A personal idol. A man that refuses to wear anything but jeans and a t-shirt to the office and often refuses to wear anything at all. There are countless reasons why any boy growing up wanted to be Mick Jagger, and we’re not just talking about the purported four THOUSAND women he has slept with in his never-ending career. He is the picture dictionary definition of swagger even though he’s pushing 70. Mick: The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger is bestselling author Christopher Andersen’s attempt to shed some light on everything that happened to turn Jagger into the massive icon he is today. A foreign first lady, a rowdy guitar player, shitloads of drugs and naked romps with Bowie are just some of the things you’ll find inside.