Mick Jagger went unnoticed at a North Carolina honky tonk Wednesday night time, nearly 24 hours earlier than the Rolling Stones carried out in Charlotte.
On Thursday night time, Jagger, 78, shared a photograph of himself outdoors Thirsty Beaver Saloon, in a cap and sipping a beer, with the caption “Out and about final night time in Charlotte, NC.”
Followers had some questions. How did the rock and roll legend look like flying underneath the radar? Did he lease out the bar?
Native reporter Joe Bruno tweeted that he talked with an proprietor of Thirsty Beaver, who stated Jagger “went unnoticed.”
Folks within the photograph had tickets to the Rolling Stones present at Financial institution of America Stadium Thursday night time, and nonetheless did not discover.
“He was in right here after which he was gone,” the co-owner, Brian Wilson, advised The Charlotte Observer.
Wilson stated his bar is an “eclectic place,” the place a megastar would possibly go unnoticed, however that did not cease him from giving his bartender somewhat pleasant flak about lacking Jagger.
To say the Thirsty Beaver Saloon appears to be like misplaced in its location is an understatement. The compact bar is surrounded on three sides by multifloor house buildings. The house owners of the bar would not promote when builders got here to construct them, so that they needed to construct round it, in accordance with native studies.
The Rolling Stones have been paying tribute to Charlie Watts, their drummer who died in August, throughout their present tour.