MONDAY, JUNE 30, 2014 |
Posted by: Matt Howard
"They're just a bunch of wrinkly old men trying to relive their youth," said the 70-year-old indestructible frontman of The Rolling Stones. Surprisingly, he wasn't referencing his own team of eternal rockers. He was, however, discussing the upcoming farewell concert of his aging brethren Monty Python, who unlike Mick, Keith, and crew have not performed on stage together since 1980, but whose five surviving members will reunite to do so one last time at London's O2 Arena.
Today the iconic comedy troupe posted a video in which Mick humorously berates the group for their late-life money grab letting loose ironic quips like "The best one died years ago," which knocks both Monty Python's Graham Chapman and The Rolling Stones' Brian Jones. Although Jagger flaunts his charming sense of humor, the speechless and lounging Charlie Watts steals the show. Check it out below.
Dead Parrot sketch? Yeah, Dead Parrot sketch...