In his new book titled, "Mick, The Wild Life and Mad Genius of Jagger," best-selling author Christopher Anderson focuses on the off stage life of superstar Mick Jagger. Andersen says he has been working on this project for the last 43 years and chose to release the book because Jagger is still "more relevant than ever, when so many of his peers and contemporaries have self-destructed."
Andersen talks about the superstar's alleged 4,000 sexual escapades, particularly Jagger's relations with both sexes and David Bowie. Andersen says that "people forget that in the '70s, it was...androgyny and bisexuality were 'in' for rock stars...they trumpeted it."
The newly released unauthorized tell-all also includes new details about the backstage drama of the The Rolling Stones and the likelihood of an upcoming tour.
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