On Friday, Oct. 8, Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger visited PSC Metals‘ yard near the Cumberland River in Nashville, Tenn. A company spokesman confirmed the 78-year-old rock ‘n roll legend had photographs taken, but did not speak to employees. The Stones played a concert the following night at nearby Nissan Stadium, the band’s first since the Aug. 24 death of drummer Charlie Watts.
Jagger’s Twitter feed showed him visiting various area sites the day before the show.
Exploring Nashville! pic.twitter.com/1gwDKj5SvR
— Mick Jagger (@MickJagger) October 8, 2021