Sir Mick Jagger liked getting “out in nature” on tour.
The Rolling Stones frontman has revealed he spent extra time open air throughout his downtime in between reveals on the enduring rock ‘n’ roll group’s most up-to-date ‘No Filter Tour’ within the US, as an alternative of going to dive bars, as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
He shared: “Every city has one thing of nice curiosity, whether or not it’s a phenomenal park, or a beautiful image, or a museum that’s fascinating to you, or some odd factor that you just by no means considered.
“Native individuals inform me that that’s a preferred dive bar once I get there. In regular instances, I might go into the bar and spend time in there. However, , I didn’t need to do this due to COVID. So I simply went outdoors.”
Among the many locations the 78-year-old singer visited and photographed final yr, was the Thirsty Beaver in Charlotte, North Carolina.
In an interview with The Washington Publish, he continued: “Touring’s a fairly city factor, so it’s good to get out in nature and see a distinct perspective on issues whenever you go to locations like that. It’s wild. I went for some lengthy hikes in a few of these different locations the place I didn’t take any footage.”
The ‘Satisfaction’ rocker added how bandmate Keith Richards, 78, “has a distinct strategy to how he handles being on tour. I imply, he does sometimes exit to eat. However I feel the COVID factor … individuals fairly rightly bought anxious about what would occur in the event that they ran right into a crowd of individuals.”