Jagger invites Clinton to join him on stage

PUBLISHED : Friday, 07 November, 2003, 12:00am
UPDATED : Friday, 07 November, 2003, 12:00am
 

Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is looking forward to meeting up with Bill Clinton tonight and would be happy to jam with the sax-playing former US president.


'If he wants to, we'll do it,' said the singer, who confirmed that Mr Clinton - in town to address a conference of CEOs - will be backstage at the first of the Stones' two Forty Licks concerts in Hong Kong.


'We did a concert for environmental causes in Los Angeles and he was involved with that, so he introduced us there,' Jagger said yesterday. 'We've met a few times and I'm glad he's here and is gonna come to the show.'


But Jagger said an on-stage jam was unlikely. 'We asked him on the last show [in LA], but he didn't want to do it. I think he was being polite.'


The 60-year-old said the band was delighted to finally play Hong Kong after 41 years in the business.


Clinton states his case - A2


Ming's view - A18


Sars-busting show - C3


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