Could it be a star-turn for Mick Jagger?
That’s what him and his production company, Jagged Films, are banking on.
According to Rolling Stone:
Mick Jagger may play a media mogul in Tabloid, a new film he is developing through his Jagged Films production company. The movie, which is being penned by A History of Violence screenwriter Josh Olson based on an idea by Jagger, will tell the story of a Rupert Murdoch-like mogul and a young journalist who is brought into the inner circle of his immoral media empire.
Wow, that’s actually some pretty legit screenwriting credit there. Hopefully this will make Mick Jagger the superstar he always wanted to be.
Via Rolling Stone
On July 21st 2010, “Anything, Anything” hosted Alejandro Escovedo at the Bowery Electric in New York City. The event which was written up in Rolling Stone Magazine was completely sold out.
In his post to RollingStone.com, editor David Fricke had this to say:
The rock and camaraderie of Alejandro Escovedo’s July 21st show at Bowery Electric in New York, a half-block north of what used to be CBGB, would have been right at home in that old gone room. Escovedo, who had taped an appearance on Late Show With David Letterman earlier in the day, was promoting his new album, Street Songs of Love, backed by his current road group the Sensitive Boys. The concert was presented by “Anything, Anything,” a weekly free-form program on New York’s WRXP. (The show, hosted by Rich Russo, airs Sundays at 9 p.m.)
Via Rolling Stone — Read the whole article by David Fricke
Photographer David Giordano took some exclusive photos for RichRusso.net which you can check out below!