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A prototype bass was built in Norfolk, England in 1983, and a business partnership was formed to produce Staccato guitars, at the old school house in Woodbastwick, Norfolk. The partners on equal shares were Pat Townshend, Bill Wyman, and Chris and Mick Jagger. The company went under in 1987. [[Gene Simmons]] can be seen playing a Staccato bass during [[Kiss (band)| Kiss]]' Crazy Night's tour.
In England, he also organised charity concerts: one for [[Bosnia]] (''Bop for Bosnia'') and the three others for [[Tibet]] including one at Alexandra Palace London in the presence of H.H. the [[14th Dalai Lama| Dalai Lama]], where the acts included Dave[[David Gilmour]] and Sinead[[Sinéad O'Connor]].
After twenty years of silence, Jagger's third album was released in 1994. Since this date, his musical style has changed to incorporate elements of [[cajun music|cajun]], [[zydeco]], [[Folk music|folk]], [[Country music|country]], [[blues]], and [[Rock music|rock]].<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Chris Jagger ... ... biography | |date= |accessdate=2011-11-20}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Chris Jagger Biography - Music Artist Band Biographies - Artists Bands Bio| |date=1947-12-19 |accessdate=2011-11-20}}</ref>
Jagger is married and has five children.
Jagger's song "Still Waters" appears on the 2013 [[Carla Olson]] album "Have Harmony, Will Travel."
Mick Jagger has teamed up with his brother Chris for two new duets to mark the 40th anniversary of Chris's debut album.<ref>{{cite web|url=|title=News, reviews, interviews and more for top artists and albums – MSN Music|publisher=|accessdate=28 October 2016}}</ref>
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