Mick Jagger visits Broadway in Nashville in advance of Rolling Stones concert


Mick Jagger (right), seen here with Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and drummer Steve Jordan during a performance in September, stopped by a bar in Charlotte on Wednesday and managed to go unrecognized. (Amy Harris/Invision/AP)

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Rolling Stones front man Mick Jagger took to the streets of Nashville’s Honky Tonk district, seemingly unspotted by people along Broadway.

In a Saturday post on his Twitter account, Jagger writes “See you tonight Nashville!” The post includes a video of scenes along Broadway, eventually revealing Jagger strolling through a busy crosswalk, wearing dark jacket, cap and mask.

He pulls the mask down momentarily to acknowledge the camera, all while the Rolling Stones song “Dead Flowers” plays in the background.

The video closes with Jagger appearing up close to the camera before revealing an end message of “Hi Music City Love Mick.”

Jagger made a few stops in different parts of Nashville on Friday. He posted photos from various locations, including Nissan Stadium, where the Rolling Stones play a show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.

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