The Rolling Stones

(Minneapolis, MN) -- The Rolling Stones' concert tomorrow (Sunday) at U-S Bank Stadium re-ignited debate whether one of their most famous songs was inspired by a Minnesota encounter. Legend says Mick Jagger on the Stones' first U-S tour in 1964 was in an Excelsior drug store for a prescription and recognized a man named Mr. Jimmy from the previous night's concert, who was lamenting that establishment didn't have cherry Cokes but said "You can't always get want you want." But some believe "Mr. Jimmy" was Jimmy Miller, the Stones' producer at that time. Excelsior's Mr. Jimmy, Jimmy Hutmaker, died in 2007.