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Nobody recognized Mick Jagger when he grabbed a beer at a local bar the night before a Rolling Stones concert

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Mick Jagger performing at a concert in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 30, 2021.
Mick Jagger performing at a concert in Charlotte, North Carolina on September 30, 2021. Jeff Hahne/Getty Images
  • Mick Jagger went unrecognized when he got a drink at a North Carolina bar before a concert.

  • The Rolling Stones frontman shared a photo of himself with a beer at the Thirsty Beaver Saloon.

  • Jagger reportedly went unnoticed at the dive bar, even though patrons had tickets to the show.

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Mick Jagger went out to a local bar the night before a Rolling Stones concert in North Carolina, but patrons of the Thirsty Beaver Saloon didn't even clock the Rolling Stones frontman.

Jagger posted a picture of himself with a beer at the Thirsty Beaver on Thursday, with the caption, "Out and about last night in Charlotte, NC."

In the photo, the musician is wearing a baseball cap and sipping his drink while unassuming patrons chat behind him. The Rolling Stones had a concert scheduled for Charlotte's Bank of America stadium the next day, but even still, Jagger didn't cause a stir at the bar.

According to a local reporter quoted in an NBC article, Jagger went largely "unnoticed" during his outing at the Thirsty Beaver.

And Brian Wilson, co-owner of the saloon, confirmed to the Charlotte Observer that Jagger kept a low profile while drinking.

"He was in here and then he was gone," Wilson said. The co-owner also said that they had no advance notice that Jagger would show up - and that the bartender who served him didn't even realize Jagger was a rock legend.

"C'mon, Hayley, the greatest rock 'n' roll legend of all time?" Wilson said of his bartender's missed opportunity.

Jagger later shared a clip from the Rolling Stones' Charlotte concert to Twitter, writing, "Troubles A Comin' gets an outing.. Thanks for being such a great audience Charlotte!"

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