Now listeners can get a deeper (and perhaps less authorized) look at the English rock band, thanks to a trove of love letters
According to a report in the Guardian, Jagger describes his admiration for
"The letters speak for Mick at an incredible juncture of our lives," Hunt said. "The summer of '69 was the end of a whole era of revolutionary spirit -- we didn't know it was about to die. And who knew that this group of boys making music would 50 years on be still celebrated as a voice of the period?"
Sotheby's estimates that the letters -- there are 10 in all -- will fetch between £70,000 (about $111,300) and £100,000 (about $159,000), a sum Hunt said she'll use to repair her house in France.
"I'm broke," she told the Guardian. "Anyone who has the impression that I have money knows nothing about me."