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OLD SCHOOL

Rolling Stone Mick Jagger has donated $150,000 to his old grammar school in England — but there are strings attached: The 59-year-old singer wants the money to be used for music education. "I believe we should encourage children to sing and play instruments from an early age," Jagger told The Associated Press. "It is so important that they have somewhere like this where they can share their musical ideas and vision and be able to practice for as long as they like." Heck, it beats dodgeball.

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Rolling Stone Mick Jagger has donated $150,000 to his old grammar school in England — but there are strings attached: The 59-year-old singer wants the money to be used for music education. "I believe we should encourage children to sing and play instruments from an early age," Jagger told The Associated Press. "It is so important that they have somewhere like this where they can share their musical ideas and vision and be able to practice for as long as they like." Heck, it beats dodgeball.