Singer says his eight offspring ‘don’t need $500m to live well’ in interview that addresses how Rolling Stones brand will continue

You can’t always get what you want, according to the Rolling Stones song, and it seems frontman Mick Jagger has taken the lyrics to heart after hinting the band’s back catalogue might go to charity instead of leaving it to his children “who don’t need it”.

Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Jagger said he had no plans to sell the band’s post-1971 catalogue, suggesting it could go to charity instead. He said: “The children don’t need $500m to live well. Come on.”

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