MICK JAGGER – Wishing You Well

 

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Mick Jagger

1965

“WISHING YOU a SPEEDY RECOVERY MICK.

GOD BLESS and Get WELL Soon, Danny”

 

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The ROLLING STONES

ED SULLIVAN SHOW

Look at Mick! I was a young boy of just 6 years old when I first heard or knew anything about Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones. Mick sang “Time Is on My Side” and I just Loved it. Loved Mick and the Band ever since. The Rolling Stones have always been there for me, ever since I was that young little six year old boy and watching them perform on The Ed Sullivan Show, which was maybe the greatest show of its time, and one of the few places to see musical acts such as ELVIS, The Beatles, The Jackson 5 (Michael Jackson), Dianna Ross & The Supremes and other great performers of the 1960s. We watch Ed Sullivan and his guest each and every Sunday Night, just as millions of other families did all around America. Back then, there was nothing quite like the Ed Sullivan Show.

Anyway, this is not about Ed Sullivan and his show as great as they both were. This is about Mick Jagger and the Greatest ROCK-N-ROLL BAND of ALL TIME, The ROLLING STONES and one Michael Philip Jagger, better known as Mick Jagger or simply Mick. When I wake up everyday, the first thing I do as I hope out of bed on my way to the bathroom is click on my RADIO to 1010 WINS NEWS the all-news radio station in New York City, New York. It’s a great radio station that along with all the big news stories of the day, locally and around the world, they also give you all sorts of interesting little stories that you might not get on network news. Anyway, as new stories were being told, the news reporter broadcast that the Rolling Stones had just postponed their up-coming concert tour do to the illness of Mick Jagger. “Oh my God, I hope Mick is OK,” I thought to myself, and wondering what it could be. What was Mick Jagger’s illness, as the reporter didn’t say. All they said was that his doctors have told Mick Jagger that he can’t do his up=coming concert, and that he must rest, and so that is all we have heard so far. Please, we all (millions of Mick Jagger’s Fans) are hoping and praying that it isn’t anything too serious, and that Mick will be getting well soon, and well enough to re-schedule the concert tour.

Of course Mick’s health is the most important thing. We all Love Mick and The Rolling Stones, and we are wishing so that Mick makes a speedy recovery, and we are so hoping that it (Mick Jagger’s illness) is nothing bad.

Ever since my friend Mireya got us tickets a few months ago to go see Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones Concert at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, I have been quite psyched to go see the Stones. Please get well soon Mick. For it is not just that I want, would love to, or need to go see the Rolling Stones so badly in concert. No I don’t, but being able to go see Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones at a later date, will mean, that whatever your illness is Mick, that you are well, you have recovered from whatever it is that the doctors ordered you to postpone the Rolling Stones 2019 Concert Tour so you can rest and get well. Myself and millions of Mick Jagger and Rolling Stones Fans are hoping and praying that it isn’t anything too serious that is keeping Mick Jagger from going on tour now. I want to go to that re-scheduled Rolling Stones concert that I have tickets for on June 13th at Met Life, so I can see Mick & The Stones perform live in East Rutherford, the town that I sat there in my living room  on Hackensack Stree, watching the Rolling Stones (with Mick Jagger) on Television over 54 years ago. That time I watched Mick Jagger and The ROlling STones on TV, and this time I want to see Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones perform live at Met Life Stadium, in my home-town of East Rutherford, new Jersey/ God Bless You Mick, and please Get Well Soon, “I want to see you live in ER, NJ.” 

“Basta!”

 

Daniel Bellino Zwicke

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