Mick Jagger's latest project is a family affair!
The rocker, 71, will produce a new HBO show about the music business in 1970s NYC starring his 29-year-old son, James Jagger, the 'Associated Press' reports.
The new program will be written by 'Boardwalk Empire' creator Terence Winter and will also feature Martin Scorsese as an executive producer.
Mick and James Jagger in May 2010. (Photo Credit: Getty)
The series, which is still untitled, will star James — whose mom is Jerry Hall — as the lead singer of the fictional punk rock band 'Nasty Bits.' 'Boardwalk Empire' star Bobby Cannavale, 44, has also signed on to play a record company president on the show.
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Olivia Wilde, Ray Romano, Andrew 'Dice' Clay, Bo Dietl and Jack Quaid, the 22-year-old son of Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan, have also reportedly joined the cast.
No word yet on when the new series will premiere on HBO.
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