Mick Jagger wants to duet with Mary J Blige (+ UK tour dates)

Mary J Blige

According to Maxim, "Rolling Stones rocker Sir Mick Jagger wants to duet with R&B queen Mary J. Blige. The singing legend has performed with current chart-toppers Christina Aguilera and Amy Winehouse over the last year, and he reveals Blige is next on his list."

He tells Maxim, "I love Mary J. Blige. I know she's done duets with U2 and everyone else, and I love her vocal style. She's on my musical wish list." Jagger adds that he was blown away by Aguilera, who he sang Live With Me with for Martin Scorsese's Rolling Stones movie 'Shine A Light'."

He says, "Christina Aguilere is such a great singer, so I loved that. She was really on it. She delivers."

The Rolling Stones' new album, 'Shine A Light', is to be released by Universal Music / Polydor on 7 April, 2008.

Rolling Stones Official Website

Mary J Blige, meanwhile, is heading back to the UK this June for her first nationwide UK tour in five years. She will showcase tracks from 'Growing Pains', alongside classic tracks from her 15-year career.

Mary J Blige 2008 UK tour dates are:

Dates could change! Go to Mary J. Blige's Official Website for the latest tour dates and information.

3 June 2008 - O2 Arena, London
5 June 2008 - MEN Arena, Manchester
6 June 2008 - NEC, Birmingham

Mary J Blige Official Website

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