LONDON (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Veteran rocker Mick Jagger has reportedly given up writing his autobiography, because he found the task of recounting his life “too boring.”
The Rolling Stones’ frontman told the Post-Chronicle that he initially agreed to tell all about his rock’n’roll lifestyle for the money, but now has plans to release his live story in a more unconventional manner.
“I was offered a large sum of money, which I found tempting and I started writing,” said Jagger. “I was sitting around talking endlessly about the past, living in it. And I found it rather dull.
“I’d love to find another form to do it in. A book form, but not in the accepted showbiz memoir.”
To date, only the Stones' former bassist Bill Wyman has written an autobiography. 1990's Stone Alone chronicled both Stones' personal lives and career from their early days in London until around 1973. –by CelebrityAccess Staff Writers