If you’re a music fan, you are probably aware that The Rolling Stones are currently on tour. In recent weeks, the beloved rock band has been performing in venues in the United States of America.
Most recently, the band was in Nashville for a stop on their tour. While they had some downtime, lead singer Mick Jagger decided to take in the scenery of the famous city in middle Tennessee.
According to Rolling Stone, the 78-year-old rock star didn’t decide to visit such iconic country music locations as the Ryman Auditorium, the Country Music Hall of Fame, or the Grand Ole Opry. He decided that getting out in nature was what he wanted to do. He also decided he wanted to go to PSC Metals, which is a junkyard, during his visit to Tennessee.
You can view photos he took and shared on social media during his stop in middle Tennessee below.
In addition to these stops, he also went to some hotspots in Music City, U.S.A. as it is also known. While out and about on this excursion, Mick Jagger was not swarmed by fans wanting to take photos with him or get autographs.
In fact, he was pretty much left alone as most people didn’t realize the man they were standing next to or walking by was an iconic rock star. What most likely helped Jagger go unnoticed was that he was wearing a mask – just like many people do these days – as well as a baseball cap.
Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones performed at Nissan Stadium in Nashville on Saturday, Oct. 9.
His Trip to Nashville Isn’t the Only Time Mick Jagger Has Gone Unrecognized While On Tour
While people not recognizing Mick Jagger on one occasion seems pretty reasonable, the same thing happening again only a few weeks prior seems almost impossible. He’s Mick Jagger, for goodness sake. And he’s been the lead singer of one of the world’s most famous rock bands for decades.
That, however, is what has happened. In later September, The Rolling Stones frontman was with his band in Charlotte, North Carolina, to perform a show. During his downtime in the Queen City, Jagger decided to go out and have a beer. The spot he selected was Thirsty Beaver Saloon.
While grabbing his beer, Mick Jagger again went unrecognized by his fellow patrons at the popular spot. He even tweeted a photo of himself enjoying his beer at the saloon.
The Rolling Stones have more tour stops in their “No Filter” tour in the near future. According to their website, cities they will soon visit include Los Angeles, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Tampa, Florida; Dallas, Texas; Las Vegas, Nevada; Atlanta, Georgia; Detroit, Michigan; and Austin, Texas.
So, if you plan to be in any of these cities when The Rolling Stones come to town, be on the lookout for Mick Jagger. You never know where he might show up.