Take a star break to New York like Mick Jagger says CHARLOTTE CIVIL
MICK JAGGER no doubt had a satisfactory visit to New York last week. The Rolling Stone was there to launch his latest musical venture, the all-star band SuperHeavy, at New York's Double Seven club, with his fashion-designer girlfriend L'Wren Scott,.
He has collaborated with soul singer Joss Stone, Eurythmics star Dave Stewart, Oscar-winning composer AR Rahman and Bob Marley's son and reggae artist Damian, to create the group.
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Double Seven is just one of many clubs offering a range of music in the city. One of the best-known is the Blue Note, in Greenwich Village.
New York's sights are as diverse as its music. Browse such vintage boutiques as Geminola in Manhattan's West Village, a favourite with the Sex And The City cast and supermodels.
Embark on an alternative sightseeing route and take a guided bike tour through the city's diverse neighbourhoods, plus such landmarks as Central Park.
As the sun sets, take a Harbor Lights cruise past the Statue of Liberty.
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