MICK Jagger’s younger brother - musician, actor and journalist Chris Jagger - is on stage at Taunton's Creative Innovation Centre (CICCIC) on Friday (May 13).

He will read from his new autobiography and take questions from the audience.

Afterwards, Chris and Elliet Mackrell will play some songs from the new album Mixing up Medicine.

The 73 year old musician, writer and former actor has made dozens of albums, shared a stage with Pierce Bronson, been on a journalistic mission to Tibet, made blues documentaries for TV and written lyrics for two Rolling Stones albums.

Last September, Jagger jnr released his memoir, 'Talking to Myself’, and a record ‘Mixing up the Medicine’, both of which have had excellent reviews in the press in the UK and the USA.

Mixing Up The Medicine is a joyful, life-enhancing album by a man well versed in a whole range of musical styles, distilled into 10 tight tracks.

And in Talking to Myself Chris lifts the lid on one of the most colourful and exotic periods in British cultural history, from the bomb sites and ration books of post-war Dartford to life as an insider weaving through the glittery underground of late 1960s countercultural London.

The New York Post said: “Chris has written a charming memoir that recounts his fascinating life which included stints as a journalist, actor and musician….a rollicking romp through a life well lived that has had its share of tough times.”

For tickets to see Chris Jagger at CICCIC, Memorial Hall, Paul Street, Taunton on Friday, get tickets from www.ciccic.co.uk