Mick Jagger is interviewed on U.S. TV’s Larry King Live, May 18 2010
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KING: The Rolling Stones’ seminal album, “Exile on Main Street,” was reissued last week. I sat down with Mick Jagger to talk about it, and how the group has managed to remain relevant and on its game for more than four decades.
KING: What a special edition of LARRY KING LIVE we have for you tonight. It’s the eve of our 25th anniversary.
KING: Because we started back — yes, 25 years ago, the longest running show. It feels like forever.
KING: And who’s here with us but Mick Jagger.
JAGGER: Hi there.
Larry King (born Lawrence Harvey Zeiger; November 19, 1933 – January 23, 2021) was an American television and radio host, whose awards included 2 Peabodys, an Emmy and 10 Cable ACE Awards. Over his career, he hosted over 50,000 interviews.
King was born and raised in New York City to Jewish parents who immigrated to the United States from Belarus in the 1930s. He studied at Lafayette High School, a public high school in Brooklyn. He was a WMBM radio interviewer in the Miami area in the 1950s and 1960s, and gained prominence in 1978 as host of The Larry King Show, an all-night nationwide call-in radio program heard on the Mutual Broadcasting System.
From 1985 to 2010, he hosted the nightly interview television program Larry King Live on CNN. King hosted Larry King Now from 2012 to 2020, which aired on Hulu, Ora TV, and RT America. He hosted Politicking with Larry King, a weekly political talk show, on the same three channels from 2013 to 2020. King also appeared in television series and films, usually playing himself. He remained active until his death in 2021, from complications of sepsis, at the age of 87.
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