MICK JAGGER'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY IS CALLED "SHOCK'

Feb 17, 2017

By Andy Johnson

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One of the elder statesmen of pop music has written an autobiography.

The 73 year old superstar says he doesn’t remember writing “Shock.”
The 75,000 word book was apparently written back in the 1980’s and sat gathering dust until publisher John Blake got his hands on it in 2014.
Among the highlights of Mick’s 50-years with the Rolling Stones: Jagger apparently bought a mansion while high on LSD and suffered a near death experience while riding a horse for the first time.
The publisher calls “Shock” the rock n roll equivalent of “The Dead Sea Scrolls.”
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