Posted on October 24th, 2012 in Atlanta escorts
7:52 am October 24, 2012, by Jennifer Brett
Mick Jagger and “The Help” director Tate Taylor will team up for a feature film about the life of James Brown, who died in Atlanta on Christmas Day 2006, Deadline reports.
“It’s a great honor to be involved with a project as rich as the story of the legendary James Brown,” Jagger told Deadline.
“My father’s music has been a beacon to people all over the world and now his life story will impact future generations,” his daughter Deanna Brown Thomas told the publication.
Brown, who died at age 73 of congestive heart failure, was born in South Carolina, but moved to Augusta when he was 6. He grew up in his great aunt’s brothel, shining shoes, and singing and dancing for tips on the city’s streets.