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Chris Jagger
Posted by: Benjy ()
Date: September 11, 2007 01:27

I was able to visit a show of Chris Jagger's Atcha on Saturday in Austria.
It was a really strong performance. Really liked the live version of DJ Blues (a song he recorded with Mick for the new album).
What's your opinion about chris?
Does anybody know if he is tight with the stones?

2004 Fender USA Telecaster

Zeltweg 1995 - Wr. Neustadt 1998 - Vienna 2006 - Budapest 2007



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 2007-09-11 01:28 by Benjy.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: stonesrule ()
Date: September 11, 2007 06:30

Chris and his band are great.

Relationship with Stones is fine. Mick and Chris had a good upnbringing; they love each other.

Use the Search box above to find previous posts re Chris and Atcha's gigs and fans.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Benjy ()
Date: September 11, 2007 15:28

Has any of you a link to previous posts about Chris?
Couldn't find them with the search option..... (really tried)

2004 Fender USA Telecaster

Zeltweg 1995 - Wr. Neustadt 1998 - Vienna 2006 - Budapest 2007

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: therollingmanu ()
Date: September 11, 2007 15:42

When chris played in london earlier this year, mick joined him on stage and sang dead flowers with him. must have been shortly before the vilvoorde rehearsals, can't remember when exactly.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: armyhatgirl ()
Date: September 11, 2007 20:52

Chris is a great performer and a really nice guy (I am good friends with him) and yes, he is very close with his brother and the Stones!

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: steffiestones ()
Date: September 11, 2007 20:53

" at some point" yes ,Chris is a great performer !!

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Benjy ()
Date: September 11, 2007 21:26

I think I read somewhere that he also worked with the stones on steel wheels (maybe also on other albums).
Does anybody know what exactly he did on the record(s)?

2004 Fender USA Telecaster

Zeltweg 1995 - Wr. Neustadt 1998 - Vienna 2006 - Budapest 2007

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Elmo Lewis ()
Date: September 11, 2007 22:02

He gets credit as "literary editor" on (I think) "Blinded By Love". Most have taken that to mean he contributed a lyric or two. Kinda like the old "Inspired By" ....thing.

"No Anchovies, Please"

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: September 11, 2007 23:53

>> Has any of you a link to previous posts about Chris?
Couldn't find them with the search option..... (really tried) <<

here are three old threads:
[www.iorr.org]
[www.iorr.org]
[www.iorr.org]

and in case it's helpful to know how i found those:
the search parameters i used were "only this forum" and "last year",
and the term i searched for is the name of Chris's band, since it's unusual enough not to recur in two squillion posts
that have nothing to do with what i'm searching for. three pound ten please :E

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Benjy ()
Date: September 12, 2007 00:02

Thank you very much with sssoul!!!

Should we meet some day I would invite you for a couple of beers. This should be about three pound ten.....and surely much fun for me to meet one of the stones experts!

2004 Fender USA Telecaster

Zeltweg 1995 - Wr. Neustadt 1998 - Vienna 2006 - Budapest 2007

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: with sssoul ()
Date: September 12, 2007 00:09

smile: sounds like a plan :E
hope those threads i found are of some interest to you

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Benjy ()
Date: September 12, 2007 00:22

Yeah great threads!

Because I'm a quite new member I'd like to thank you for your patience with me (i.e for having problems with finding previous threads)
Maybe I can post a few pictures of Chris' gig in Austria last saturday soon....

2004 Fender USA Telecaster

Zeltweg 1995 - Wr. Neustadt 1998 - Vienna 2006 - Budapest 2007

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: HalfNanker ()
Date: September 12, 2007 01:15

go nuts:

[www.fabchannel.com]




saw him in concert about 10 years ago atthe Bottom Line; got to meet mick briefly, as he was in attendance with Jerry.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Benjy ()
Date: September 12, 2007 01:17

Many thanks HalfNanker!!!!

This is really really awesome!!!!!

2004 Fender USA Telecaster

Zeltweg 1995 - Wr. Neustadt 1998 - Vienna 2006 - Budapest 2007

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: stonesrule ()
Date: September 12, 2007 01:50

Benjy, Put MICK CHRIS in search box box below that ask for time frame Put LAST YEAR.

Check out Page 5 of the 23 pages that come up and look over the other 22 pages at your leisure. More Chris J references scattered through.

Now Benjy...let's talk. I'm not half as nice as sssoul. With me, it's French champagne. One glass will do.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Benjy ()
Date: September 12, 2007 02:03

Now stonesrule, I have to think if i can afford some french champagne....

You prefer Taittinger or Moet&Chandon? LOL

Thanks once again!!!

2004 Fender USA Telecaster

Zeltweg 1995 - Wr. Neustadt 1998 - Vienna 2006 - Budapest 2007

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: stonesrule ()
Date: September 12, 2007 07:01

Moet White Star is fine.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: jamesjagger ()
Date: September 12, 2007 09:05

I do like his first album very much. King of the fishes is a wonderful song.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Harm ()
Date: September 12, 2007 13:21

He might be a great guy but I don't really like his music that much. I don't hate it either but...There is a great guitar player in his band though.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: armyhatgirl ()
Date: September 12, 2007 13:42

You have to see him live on stage, he's really good. Okay, it's not Stones music, quite different in fact but very good once you get to know it. He is working with good musicians, that's for sure!
But of course, you can not discus about taste in music, eighter you like it or you don't...

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Harm ()
Date: September 12, 2007 13:56

armyhatgirl Wrote:
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> You have to see him live on stage, he's really
> good. Okay, it's not Stones music, quite
> different in fact but very good once you get to
> know it. He is working with good musicians,
> that's for sure!
> But of course, you can not discus about taste in
> music, eighter you like it or you don't...

I saw him in Paradiso. It was nice, had a good time but...not more than that.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Wolfgang ()
Date: September 12, 2007 23:13

HalfNanker Wrote:
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> go nuts:
>
> [www.fabchannel.com]
>
>
>
Anyone know how to save this video to harddisc ???


thanks

Wolfgang

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Martijn ()
Date: September 16, 2007 00:50

I like his songs. They are nice and great.

And a great, cool band.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: triplelicks ()
Date: September 16, 2007 08:06

12 September 2007 - from the Bexley Times
[www.bexleytimes.co.uk]


Family matters for Jagger duo

CHRIS Jagger, brother of Rolling Stones legend Sir Mick Jagger has not ruled out the possibility of an impromptu duet when he returns to his roots this autumn.

He spoke exclusively to the Times ahead of his gig with band Atcha! at the Mick Jagger Centre, Dartford on November 16.

In May the Stones' vocalist joined Chris, a Kentish Times columnist, on stage for the first time at the Bull's Head pub, Barnes. Their performance of Dead Flowers drew more than 100,000 hits on internet video site YouTube in one weekend.

Chris said: "He happened to step in at the pub and said 'what do you want to sing?' so I chose Dead Flowers.

"We also sang DJ Blues which was recorded as a duet between us on my band's latest album Act of Faith."

Act of Faith has cemented Chris Jagger's reputation as a jazzy blues songwriter and his band's performance of blues and zydeco with funk at the Montreal Jazz Festival in July was critically acclaimed.

Chris said: "DJ Blues was the last song on the album, I wanted to write something we could both sing.

"I sent off a rough version to Mick and he gave the seal of approval, he's a pro and wasn't going to sing anything that would make him look a twit."

Both Mick and Chris grew up at the family home in Wilmington, with Chris studying at Eltham College and Sir Mick at Dartford Grammar School.

Now living in Somerset, Chris Jagger says he is looking forward to returning to his childhood stomping ground.

He said: "I'll probably make a tour of my childhood haunts around Wilmington. I went to Wentworth primary school and can remember cycling home in the dark through the depths of winter.

"I was an 11-plus exam failure. My father who taught PE at Dartford Grammar didn't have a very good opinion of secondary modern schools so he wangled me in to Eltham College in Mottingham. I was a boarder for a while, I hated it because you lose your freedom."

One friend helped him through the experience, John Willis, son of the famous Dixon of Dock Green screenwriter, Ted Willis.

He added: "People who went to my school have approached me after gigs from Adelaide to Lancashire and they come out with these stories that I forgot years ago."

Speaking about a second public duet with his famous brother, who is now kicking his heels after the end of the Stones' A Bigger Bang world tour, he said: "It's certainly not out of the question he may turn up in Dartford.

"One thing is for sure, he wouldn't announce it in advance."

martin.sawden@archant.co.uk

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: oldkr ()
Date: September 16, 2007 08:36

chris is terrible - his band are sub-par. If he wasn't a "jagger" he wouldn't even be allowed to play at his local pub, at 3pm on a wednesday.

OLDKR

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: austrianstones ()
Date: September 16, 2007 09:49

our meeting with chris in austria 2 years ago,

robert from austria


Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: NilsHolgersson ()
Date: March 9, 2020 09:12

[www.npostart.nl]

Interview with Chris on Dutch tv yesterday (from 27:30)

Re: Chris Jagger
Date: March 9, 2020 15:02

I saw it on TV indeed, and it led me to this (never seen) link:

C Jagger& M Taylor.

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: Lien ()
Date: May 25, 2021 10:46

New album coming out 10/09/2021 with brother Mick on one song

".....as well as brother, Mick, whose vocals appear on ‘Anyone Seen My Heart?’, the first song on the album..."


[www.chrisjaggeronline.com]

Re: Chris Jagger
Posted by: LeonidP ()
Date: May 25, 2021 17:37

Quote
Lien
New album coming out 10/09/2021 with brother Mick on one song

".....as well as brother, Mick, whose vocals appear on ‘Anyone Seen My Heart?’, the first song on the album..."


[www.chrisjaggeronline.com]

thumbs up ... can't wait to hear the track w/ Mick!

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