The love for Tuscany and photos on Instagram
Mick Jagger was spotted in the streets of Castagneto Carducci with his partner and friends and should be a guest of Count Manfredi della Gherardesca, longtime friend and son-in-law of Rupert Loewenstein, historical manager of the Rolling Stones. The singer would have found his ideal place in the farmhouse of Montepergoli di Sopra, a stone’s throw from the Donoratico tower on a hill surrounded by vineyards. It is no secret that the rocker has moved to Tuscany for a few weeks, in fact he has not missed an opportunity to publish some shots on Instagram to show the beauty of the landscapes. Among the first photos a portrait where appears before the Tuscan sun, an image that has gone around the world and that has officially confirmed its presence in Italy. The indiscretions speak of a love at first sight for Tuscany with the very high possibility of extending the stay even beyond the four months foreseen. In fact, Mick Jagger seems to have chosen the village of Castagneto Carducci not only for the holidays but also for working on new record projects.
Mick Jagger’s birthday and the ban on Donald Trump
The hypothesis is more and more concrete especially after the choice of Rolling Stones to prohibit Donald Trump, president of the United States of America, from using their music during rallies. A decision that obviously has provoked reactions all over the world and in particular in the USA where Mick Jagger resides. Precisely for this reason, the artist aims to stay away from controversy, change the air and enjoy a little relaxation as revealed by a friend who remained anonymous. In the meantime, Castagneto Carducci hopes to see the Rolling Stones singer on July 26, on the occasion of his 77th birthday. The village owes its name to the poet Giosuè Carducci which in his ode “In front of San Guido” mentions the “tall and candid cypresses” present in the area. In fact, the poet’s family lived in the hamlet of Bolgheri for ten years, with his father employed by the count of Gherardesca.