He’s one of the most famous rock stars in the world.
But Sir , 78, went unnoticed when he visited the Thirsty Beaver Saloon in Charlotte, for a drink while on tour in September.
The musician has now explained why his fellow patrons and the staff didn’t bat an eyelid when he posed for a snap outside the watering hole, with Sir Mick insisting he was inconspicuous because he wasn’t ‘in a big, huge limo’.
Inconspicuous: Sir Mick Jagger, 78, has explained how he went unnoticed when he visited the Thirsty Beaver Saloon in Charlotte, North Carolina in September
Sir Mick told the : ‘There’s hardly anyone there. It’s dark. It’s not like, really grand. I’m not in a big, huge limo. I just walk the block and then just go down there.
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‘And I can’t go inside the room because the COVID rules of the tour don’t allow me to go in a saloon.
‘And that’s a promise we made. But I could stand [on the patio] outside the saloon. And I’m far away from the people.’
Laying low: The star said: ‘There’s hardly anyone there. It’s dark. It’s not like, really grand. I’m not in a big, huge limo’ (pictured during the Texas leg of the tour in November)
Born to perform: Sir Mick, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards played with new drummer Steve Jordan in America after former band member Charlie Watts died in August this year
Sharing a picture of himself standing outside the Thirsty Beaver Saloon in September, Sir Mick wrote on Instagram: ‘Out and about last night in Charlotte.’
A number of people could be seen sitting around him both inside and outside the venue, totally unfazed despite his superstar status.
Hitmaker Sir Mick sported a ball cap and jeans while drinking a beer that was disputed to either be a Miller Lite or Michelob Ultra.
Seeing the sights: Sir Mick also kept a low profile when he visited the sights when The Rolling Stones tour stopped in Las Vegas, Nevada this year
Natural beauty: The rocker posed against a beautiful arid backdrop in the United States’ desert South West while on tour this year
The Thirsty Beaver Saloon is considered to be one of the most famous dive bars in the area, first opening in 2008, and quickly attracting a loyal core of fans.
Its owner Brian Wilson was asked several questions about Jagger’s appearance after his post blew up on social media.
‘Everybody’s used to it being an eclectic place,’ he told The Charlotte Observer.
Seeing double: Sir Mick and girlfriend Melanie Hamrick celebrated their son Deveraux Octavian Basil’s fifth birthday earlier this month (pictured R last month)
Gushing: Melanie took to Instagram to mark her son’s birthday and gushed ‘HAPPY BIRTHDAY to our Wonderful Beautiful Boy Devi!!!!!!!!!! the big 5 ❤️’ (pictured with Mick Jagger in 2019)
Brian was not there at the same time as Sir Mick as he left at around 10pm to put his daughter to bed.
He told the Observer that one of the patrons only saw Jagger briefly as he came in and out.
Meanwhile, Sir Mick and girlfriend Melanie Hamrick celebrated their son Deveraux Octavian Basil’s fifth birthday earlier this month.
The couple, who have been together for seven years, mercedes limousine (Jetblacktransportation.com) welcomed Deveraux to the world in 2016.
Sir Mick also shares children Elizabeth, 37, James, 36, Georgia May, 29, and Gabriel, 23, with model Jerry Hall, Jade, 49, with ex-wife Bianca Jagger, and Karis, 50, with actress Marsha Hunt.
Rolling Stones: (L-R) The late Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood pictured in 2012