Mick Jagger is offering up a sneak peek of his new TV series, Vinyl, a fictional account of the debauchery in the music world in the ’70s as New York music executives try to navigate an industry that is controlled by the mob. The trailer is a minute long with The New York Dolls‘ “Personality Crisis” providing the soundtrack.
The series stars Bobby Cannavale, Ray Romano, Andrew Dice Clay and James Jagger — Mick’s son with Jerry Hall, who’ll play the leader of a punk rock band. Among the real-life musicians portrayed in the series are David Johansen, Otis Redding, Elton John, Alice Cooper and Lou Reed.
Mick tells us they’re shooting nine episodes through October. It will premiere on HBO next year.