I read rumors about this a while back, but now it looks confirmed:
http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/26/arts/ ... nted=print
It's so much like Mick Jagger to do something like this. He's always trying to stay on top of the popular culture game. I'm not really knocking him for it - the show could be interesting.
I really have no problem with Mick acting like a star - ie, hanging out at Studio 54 back in the '70s, performing on MTV, etc. If anything, I'm sure it will be interesting.