Mick Jagger is set to join his brother Chris Jagger’s podcast series, as shared by Austin, Texas-based audio and visual podcast network Hot Pie Media.
“I look forward to my brother Mick being a part of my Hot Pie Media podcast series. Mick joined me for a duet on my new album ‘Mixing Up the Medicine,’ so working together again on my podcast makes our collaboration another family affair!”
The exact details of what their podcast collaboration will entail are TBD.
Chris Jagger is a Hot Pie Media partner as well as a renowned musician, and artist. He recently held an exclusive VIP event at 3TEN AUSTIN CITY LIMITS LIVE in celebration of Jagger’s new book “Talking To Myself,” published by BMG.
Hot Pie Media CEO Robert Walker says:
“Having the Jagger brothers working together on our network is a major milestone for our company. It’s also a very rare opportunity for the public to enjoy these two talented artists performing as a duo.”
Hot Pie Media is an on-demand network creating diverse and all-encompassing content with an impressive list of celebrity hosts. Their content can be found on over 30 platforms which include Spotify, Apple, Amazon, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, Castbox, Google Podcasts, and YouTube.
In addition to the Jaggers, other hosts on the Hot Pie Media network include Academy Award and Tony Award-winning actress Marcia Gay Harden, Award-winning actor Chris Noth (“Sex and the City”), Emmy Award-winning actor Judge Reinhold, (“Fast Times at Ridgemont High,” “Beverly Hills Cop”) and Steppenwolf founder John Kay (known for the Rock anthems: “Born to be Wild” and “Magic Carpet Ride”) among others.
Other series to keep an eye out for include:
- “Working with Stephen Kramer Glickman” hosted by Stephen Kramer Glickman of Nickelodeon’s “Big Time Rush” and Warner Bros. “Storks.”
- A series from Andy Meyer, executive producer of “The Breakfast Club” and “Fried Green Tomatoes,” hosts “The Meyer Chronicles.”
- The BluePrint Host Dr. Erik Korem explores the methods and mindsets that build and sustain High Performing humans through his experience as a sports scientist working with the NFL, Olympians, and other elite athletes.
- The Music Fringe Host Lee Ackerley spotlights music that falls outside the mainstream and delves into the niche music genres that the eccentric and progressive artists inhabit.