AP reports that the Rolling Stones frontman will join Raphael Saadiq in a musical tribute to the late Solomon Burke, the legendary soul singer who occasionally opened for the Stones. Jagger and his famous rock band technically performed for the 1986 Grammys, when they played via satellite from London.Mick Jagger will perform in-person at the Feb. 14 Grammy Awards for the first time in his historic career. The
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