Mick Jagger Reveals What He'll Miss Most About David Bowie
By Meredith B. Kile
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Few people were on David Bowie's level of iconic, multi-generational rock-star status, but Mick Jagger might be one of them.
The Rolling Stones frontman opened up to ET about his friend and fellow Brit at the premiere of the new HBO series, Vinyl -- on which Jagger serves as an executive producer -- on Friday, remembering the "musical times" when both rock stars were living in New York City.
"The 'Dancing in the Street' video, which is hilarious," the 30-year-old actor recalled. "Whenever I'm feeling blue, I just google 'Dancing in the Street,' and it makes me laugh. It's so '80s, it's amazing."
For James, not only was Bowie a "pivotal musician," he was also an icon of self-expression.
"He was really a champion of 'I don't give a s**t of what you think about me,'" he added. "I think that was really important for that whole period that was coming out of the shackles of the '50s and the second World War. It was that next generation that really pushed the envelope of self-expression and creativity, and I think he was paramount and an inspiration for so many people."