(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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(FILE PHOTO) Mick Jagger performs for a sold out crowd at the Live Aid concert at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, July 13, 1985. Jagger will celebrate his 60th birthday on July 26, 2003 with a party in Prague, Czech Republic where the Rolling Stones are currently on tour. (Photo by Frank Micelotta/Getty Images)
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QUIZ: How well do you know Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones?

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Sir Mick Jagger is celebrating another rock and roll birthday Tuesday.

After 68 years of pioneered hard rock, we put together a quiz to see just how well you've followed Mick and the Stones.

1. What is Mick's given name?

a. Martin Joe Jagger
b. Michael Phillip Jagger
c. Mario Richard Jagger
d. Michael Steven Jagger

2. What did Jagger's father do for a living?

a. Teacher
b. Musician
c. Salesman
d. Construction worker

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1. What is Mick's given name?

b. Michael Phillip Jagger

2. What did Jagger's father do for a living?

a. Joe Jagger was a teacher

 

3. Mick almost didn't become a rock star. What did he plan to study at the London School of Economics?

a. Finance
b. Accounting
c. Journalism
d. Politics

4. What was the Rolling Stones' first top 10 hit?

a. Paint It Black
b. Time Is On My Side
c. Start Me Up
d. Gimme Shelter

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3. Mick almost didn't become a rock star. What did he plan to study at the London School of Economics? Mick would have studied Journalism or Politics.

c. Journalism
d. Politics

4. What was the Rolling Stones' first top 10 hit?

b. Time Is On My Side (1964)

 

5. What was the Rolling Stones' first number 1 hit?

a. Satisfaction
b. You Can't Always Get What You Want
c. Jumpin Jack Flash
d. Brown Sugar

6. How many times has Jagger been married?

a. Once
b. Twice
c. Four times
d. Never

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5. What was the Rolling Stones' first number 1 hit?

a. Satisfaction, 1965

6. How many times has Jagger been married?

b. Twice, first to Bianca Jagger in 1971 and next to Jerry Hall in 1990

 

7. Billy Joel wrote a song from Mick's point of view after seeing Jagger and Bianca out on the town. What Joel hit is it?

a. Big Shot
b. Piano Man
c. Pressure
d. The Entertainer

8. Why did the rolling Stones move to the south of France in 1971?

a. Better touring spot
b. Nicer housing
c. The French liked their music better
d. They were tax exiles

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7. Billy Joel wrote a song from Mick's point of view after seeing Jagger and Bianca out on the town. What Joel hit is it?

a. Big Shot

8. Why did the rolling Stones move to the south of France in 1971?

d. They were tax exiles

 

9. Jagger is an avid fan of what European sport?

a. Soccer
b. Cricket
c. Polo
d. Rugby

10. Who put a murder plot on Jagger in 1975?

a. Russian spies
b. The Hell's Angels
c. An estranged fan
d. Jagger's ex-wife

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9. Jagger is an avid fan of what European sport?

b. Cricket

10. Who put a murder plot on Jagger in 1975?

b. The Hell's Angels. They were upset about the public blame of the fiasco of the concert at Altamont.

 

How'd you do?

0 right: You must have been an AC/DC fan
1-3 right: You'll need to brush up on your Stones
4-6 right: You've been following Mick's career
7-9 right: You've attended multiple concerts
10 right: You're Mick's biggest fan
 

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