Mick Jagger SLAMS Paul McCartney’s claims that The Beatles are better than The Rolling Stones … and emphasizes that there is ‘clearly no competition’
- The 76-year-old singer took a hit with the 77-year-old Hey Jude hitmaker because he suggested that The Rolling Stones copy everything the Beatles did during their time as music rivals.
- In an interview with DJ Howard Stern on his radio show, Paul commented: ‘I love the Stones but The Beatles were better
Mick Jagger called Paul McCartney for claiming that The Beatles were bigger than The Rolling Stones.
The 76-year-old singer hit the 77-year-old Hey Jude hitmaker, suggesting that The Rolling Stones copied everything The Beatles did during their time as music rivals, appearing on Zane Lowe’s Apple Music show on Friday .
Mick said there was “clearly no competition” between the two and said, “He [Paul] is a sweetheart. I am a politician.
Renewed Debate: Mick Jagger Turned Down Paul McCartney for Saying The Beatles Are Better Than The Rolling Stones Claiming There Is ‘Clearly No Competition’ In An Friday Interview
The big difference, however, is that The Rolling Stones are a major concert band in other decades and other areas where The Beatles have never done an arena tour.
“They broke up before the touring company really started … She [The Beatles] did that [Shea] stadium performance [in 1965]. But the Stones continued. ‘
Mick added, “We started stadium concerts in the 1970s and still do today.
That’s the big difference between these two bands. One band happily still plays in stadiums and then the other band does not exist. ‘
Notes: In an interview on the radio show by DJ Howard Stern, Paul noted that The Beatles (pictured in 1967) were ‘better’ than ‘whatever we did, the Stones did it shortly afterwards’
‘No competition’: but Mick struck when he said ‘they broke up before the touring company really started … but the Stones continued’
In an interview with DJ Howard Stern on his radio show, Paul had remarked, ‘I love the Stones but The Beatles were better.
“Their stuff is rooted in the blues. While we had many more influences.
Keith (Richards) once said to me, “You were lucky. You had four singers in your band. We have one ‘.’
He suggested that the hit makers of Paint It Black started copying the Beatles, adding, “We noticed that whatever we did, the Stones did it shortly after.
Still around: Mick added, “That’s the big difference between these two bands. One band happily still plays in stadiums and then the other band doesn’t exist ‘
“We went to America and had great success, then the Stones went to America.”
“We did Sergeant Pepper and the Stones did a psychedelic album. That was a lot, ”he added.
The Beatles included Paul, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr from 1960 until their split in 1970, with numerous hit albums to their name.
Mick has been joined by Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood and Charlie Watts on The Rolling Stones, and they’ve been doing it since 1962.
Icons: The Beatles included Paul, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr from 1960 until their split in 1970, with numerous hit albums to their name (pictured in 1967)