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Mick Jagger’s Rolling Stones band members pay tribute to the rocker when he turns 77

Sunday was the Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger’s 77th birthday – and his bandmates were quick to honor their co-star.

Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards took to social media to honor their old friend – like other music stars.

Keith, 76, who co-founded the band with Mick in 1962, placed an inheritance with his friend from the duo who pump fist pumps during a performance.

77 years young! Sunday marked Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger's 77th birthday - and his bandmates were quick to honor their co-star

77 years young! Sunday marked Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger’s 77th birthday – and his bandmates were quick to honor their co-star

He captioned this: “Mick, I wish you a happy birthday! Love, Keith. ‘

73-year-old EastEnders, who was not part of the original line-up, joined the rock band in 1976 and posted: ‘I wish @mickjagger a very happy birthday!’

He shared vintage black and white photos of them in their youth.

One saw them about to board an airplane, while another showed them walking through a garden with tennis equipment.

He also shared some of his friend’s paintings.

Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards took to social media to honor their old friend - like other music stars.

Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards took to social media to honor their old friend - like other music stars.

Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards took to social media to honor their old friend – like other music stars.

The band’s official Instagram page also marked the occasion and posted a snapshot of Mick captioned: ‘I wish @mickjagger a very happy birthday today! #happybirthdaymick ‘

The fourth – and oldest – member Charlie Watts, 79, has no social media accounts.

This is after The Rolling Stones released a previously unheard of song, which they worked on together with Jimmy Page, entitled Scarlet on Wednesday.

The long-lost jewel was recorded by the band in October 1974 with the Led Zeppelin guitarist and Blind Faith’s Ric Grech on bass.

Scarlet follows the release of Criss Cross, and both songs are from the upcoming multi-format reissue of the 1973 album Goats Head Soup, which will be released on September 4.

Exciting: The Rolling Stones released an unheard of song, recorded with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page in 1974 titled Scarlet on Wednesday as Mick Jagger gushed over the 'great session'

Exciting: The Rolling Stones released an unheard of song, recorded with Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page in 1974 titled Scarlet on Wednesday as Mick Jagger gushed over the 'great session'

Exciting: The Rolling Stones released an unheard of song, recorded with Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page in 1974 titled Scarlet on Wednesday as Mick Jagger gushed over the ‘great session’

The fun song was just a demo that came out of a jam session with Page, but it turned out so well that the Satisfaction rockers felt it should be shared with the world.

In a video reflecting on the recording session, Jagger said, ‘I remember jamming this with Jimmy and Keith first [Richards, guitarist] in Ronnie’s [Wood, bassist] basement studio. It was a great session. ‘

Keith added, “My memory is that we came in at the end of a Zeppelin session. They were just leaving, and we were booked next and I believe Jimmy decided to stay.

‘We didn’t really cut it as a track, it was actually for a demo, a demonstration, you know, just to get the feel, but it worked out fine, with such a lineup, you know, we better use it . ‘

Demo: The fun song was just a demo that came out of a jam session with Page (pictured in 2018), but it turned out so well that the Satisfaction rockers felt it should be shared with the world

Demo: The fun song was just a demo that came out of a jam session with Page (pictured in 2018), but it turned out so well that the Satisfaction rockers felt it should be shared with the world

Demo: The fun song was just a demo that came out of a jam session with Page (pictured in 2018), but it turned out so well that the Satisfaction rockers felt it should be shared with the world

Mick appeared on BBC Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Show to talk about the track the day of its release, admitting that he had ‘completely forgotten’ the track until he recently rediscovered it.

He explained, “I had completely forgotten this one, it was recorded around the time we made goat’s head soup in 1973.

“It was shot in the basement of Ronnie Wood’s house, it sounds very rock ‘n’ roll, doesn’t it? It was Keith and I, and Jimmy Page showed up for some reason and we had several other musicians. I had this number and I thought let’s try it.

“We went through other things and Keith and I worked on it, but then I completely forgot. Jimmy Page remembered all about it and I knew nothing about it. ‘

Pleased: In a video about the recording session, Jagger said, 'I remember that I first got stuck with Jimmy and Keith [Richards] in Ronnie's [Wood] basement studio. It was a great session '

Pleased: In a video about the recording session, Jagger said, 'I remember that I first got stuck with Jimmy and Keith [Richards] in Ronnie's [Wood] basement studio. It was a great session '

Pleased: In a video about the recording session, Jagger said, ‘I remember that I first got stuck with Jimmy and Keith [Richards] in Ronnie’s [Wood] basement studio. It was a great session ‘

Hidden gem: Mick appeared on BBC Radio 2's The Zoe Ball Show to talk about the track as he admitted he 'completely forgot' the track until he recently rediscovered it

Hidden gem: Mick appeared on BBC Radio 2's The Zoe Ball Show to talk about the track as he admitted he 'completely forgot' the track until he recently rediscovered it

Hidden gem: Mick appeared on BBC Radio 2’s The Zoe Ball Show to talk about the track as he admitted he ‘completely forgot’ the track until he recently rediscovered it

The reissue will also feature the never-before-seen track All The Rage, plus many more rarities, outtakes and alternative mixes.

The legendary group has previously re-released songs Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main Street and Some Girls.

In April, they released their first original music since 2012, the reggae-tinged single Living In A Ghost Town, which they worked on last year and isolated them in isolation amid the global health crisis.

Jamming Session: From the recording, Mick said 'it was Keith and I, and Jimmy Page (photo 1975) showed up for some reason and I had this song and I thought we would try it'

Jamming Session: From the recording, Mick said 'it was Keith and I, and Jimmy Page (photo 1975) showed up for some reason and I had this song and I thought we would try it'

Jamming Session: From the recording, Mick said ‘it was Keith and I, and Jimmy Page (photo 1975) showed up for some reason and I had this song and I thought we would try it’

Thoughtful: Joking about how he didn't remember much of the session, he added: 'Jimmy Page (photo) remembered all about it and I didn't remember anything'

Thoughtful: Joking about how he didn't remember much of the session, he added: 'Jimmy Page (photo) remembered all about it and I didn't remember anything'

Thoughtful: Joking about how he didn’t remember much of the session, he added: ‘Jimmy Page (photo) remembered all about it and I didn’t remember anything’

The Brown Sugar hitmakers – complemented by drummer Charlie Watts – referred to the coronavirus pandemic at stake: “Life was so beautiful when we were all locked up.”

Jagger was hoping for the song – their first since the singles Doom and Gloom and One More Shot from their best-of-2012 compilation Grrr! would “resonate” with everyone in these troubling times.

The iconic band is known to be working on a new album with original tunes – their first LP A Bigger Bang since 2005 – and bassist-and-guitarist Ronnie previously teased that it would be ‘very diverse’.

New Music: Scarlet follows the release of Criss Cross, and both songs are from the band's upcoming multi-format reissue of their 1973 album Goats Head Soup (pictured in 1968)

New Music: Scarlet follows the release of Criss Cross, and both songs are from the band's upcoming multi-format reissue of their 1973 album Goats Head Soup (pictured in 1968)

New Music: Scarlet follows the release of Criss Cross, and both songs are from the band’s upcoming multi-format reissue of their 1973 album Goats Head Soup (pictured in 1968)

Great news: The reissue will also feature the never-before-seen track All The Rage, plus many more rarities, outtakes and alternative mixes (Mick and Ronnie pictured in 1976)

Great news: The reissue will also feature the never-before-seen track All The Rage, plus many more rarities, outtakes and alternative mixes (Mick and Ronnie pictured in 1976)

Great news: The reissue will also feature the never-before-seen track All The Rage, plus many more rarities, outtakes and alternative mixes (Mick and Ronnie pictured in 1976)

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