Mick Jagger: ‘Brexit is a nightmare’

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front man of The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger (78) has again expressed himself critical of Brexit. According to him, it is therefore a “nightmare” to go on tour with his band.

Brexit is a nightmare for the music industry. In an interview with The Sunday Times has The Rolling Stones-frontmanMick Jagger has expressed his dismay with Brexit and its impact on his professional life. “There are a lot of supply chain issues,” he said. “Many shortages, many problems due to Brexit. Brexit has not been a success for the UK touring music industry.”

Jagger continued: “I’m not saying, ‘Well, we need to join the EU again.’ Unfortunately that is all a thing of the past. But from personal experience and talking to friends who are in other companies, it’s not a success, it’s a nightmare. We’ve isolated ourselves, and that sounds good to some, but it’s more of an ideology than a practical matter.”

In the past, Jagger has also been critical of Brexit. For example, in 2017 he composed two songs “England Lost” and “Gotta Get A Grip” to express his opinion on the matter.

Join on July 11, 2022 The Rolling Stones for the first time in eight years in our country. They do that in the King Baudouin Stadium.

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