Mick Jagger – Signed Letter From Mick Jagger to Rolling Stones Management Executive
A very rare signed letter from Mick Jagger to Jane Rose, Keith Richards' manager and an executive in the Rolling Stones organization. Mick sends this note to Rose (and one would assume the rest of the band's representatives) asking her to make sure that his personal liason and press agent, Alvenia Bridges, be informed of "all plans, meetings and travel arrangements, both of a definite and indefinate nature, arranged on" his behalf. Jagger is attempting to make sure that no Stones associates make commitments for him or the band without notifying him. An extremely rare document from the band's leader regarding "official band business." Dated December 9, 1985–as the band were recording "Dirty Work," and one week before the death of original Stones member and longtime associate Ian Stewart. 8.5" x 11," near mint condition, folded in thirds for mailing.
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