Rolling Stones frontman is renting a villa near the Tuscan coast.
Mick Jagger, the frontman of veteran British rock group The Rolling Stones, is spending summer 2020 in the Tuscany region of Italy, according to reports in the Italian media.
The 76-year-old rock star is said to be staying in a villa near Castagneto Carducci, a village south of Livorno and not far from the coast of Tuscany, according to Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
The newspaper cites "well-informed" sources that suggest Jagger is a guest of Count Manfredi della Gherardesca in a villa at Montepergoli di Sopra, "a stone's throw from the Tower of Donoratico on a hill surrounded by vineyards."
The singer has been spotted in the area in recent days, according to Corriere della Sera, which reports that Jagger and his entourage could stay in Tuscany for as long as four months.
In early June Italian media reported that Jagger was seeking an isolated villa with at least six bedrooms, near Florence, with accommodation nearby for his staff, security and musicians.
Italian media outlets including TgSKY24 and FirenzeToday reported that Jagger's agents were looking into properties in the Val d'Orcia, Maremma and Chianti areas of Tuscany, with the singer expected to remain in Italy until the autumn.
The Rolling Stones should have been playing around the world during these months with their "No Filter" tour, postponed due to the covid-19 pandemic.
However Jagger continued to work with Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards during the lockdown to produce Living In A Ghost Town, a song inspired by the global health emergency.
British musician Sting has lived in the Chianti area of Tuscany with his wife Trudie Styler for the last 20 years.
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Mick Jagger moves to Tuscany for the summer
57022 Castagneto Carducci, Province of Livorno, Italy