Rolling Stones founder Mick Jagger recently revealed that he is not retiring. He also teased a new The Rolling Stones tour in new photos as he stated that he was enjoying ‘a little downtime’ before getting ‘busy’ in a new Instagram photo upload.
Mick Jagger seemingly enjoys in the Carribean
He was seemingly having some musical works in Port Antonio in Jamaica’s tourism and a stomping ground for music and Hollywood’s rich and famous. The British rock legend gave his fans a peek into his most recent holiday in Portland, on Friday. He took to his Instagram account and posted series of snapshots of himself having fun round-town in the picturesque parish capital.
Sir Mick, 78, showed off pics of himself with his guitar standing somewhere in the mountains, with the Caribbean sea in the distance with the caption: “A little downtime before things get busy!”
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Another picture saw him at a fruit and vegetable stall listening to a market vendor as well as himself leaning on a neon green mural. The music legend also posted an image of himself at the Roof Nightclub, Portland’s longest-standing nightclub.
Jagger’s visit comes just a year shy of the 50th anniversary of The Rolling Stones’ month-long stay in Jamaica in 1973. It was at this place that they recorded their Goat Head Soup album at Byron Lee’s Dynamic Sounds Studios in Kingston. It was during what was the Briton’s second trip to the island.
With the Terra Nova Hotel as their stay, the group got accustomed well with the Jamaican culture where they spent time in Ocho Rios, had the time of their lives in Port Antonio, and, according to one band member, essentially caused merriment and Jamaican bliss, to take precedence over the album, according to Far Out Magazine.