Mick Jagger (English, b.1943)

As the front-man of The Rolling Stones, Jagger has made himself one of the most recognized names in rock-and-roll. He started pursuing accounting and finance at the London School of Economics, but dropped out to form the band with his school friends. Together with co-writer and lead guitarist Keith Richards, Jagger wrote many of the most well-known rock songs of the 60s, including “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction,” “Paint It Black,” “Get Off of My Cloud,” and many others. Along with the rest of the Stones, Jagger is iconic for his counterculture lifestyle, serving as an inspiration for future rock stars in the process. He has continued to tour and tout his unique dance moves, facial expressions, and singing style.