Mick Swagger is a recurring character in The Loud House.


He is a famous singer, and the leader of a rock band (whose name is still unknown). He has had his rock career for over 40 years. Luna is a big fan of him, and sees him as her hero.

Mick is first mentioned in "Making the Case" by Luna, where she was imitating Mick's rock pose, ripping her pants in the process.

He makes a brief cameo in "Sleuth or Consequences", being pursued by Luna to obtain a lock of his hair during a concert. This was his first physical appearance on the show, but his first official on-screen appearance is in "Butterfly Effect".

Pre-series History

Years before the beginning of the main series, Mick gave a concert when Luna was in the 7th grade. She assisted to the concert, which also was her first concert, and witnessed Mick on stage singing and calling out to her. She took the stage with him, and suddenly found that the world of rock was where she was meant to be. Since then, she has seen Mick as a hero in her eyes for giving her the inspiration to rock on.


Although he is a very famous rock star, he doesn't appear to be vain or selfish, instead he is a gentle and friendly man. He says that the most important thing about rock and roll is not being the best, but it is having fun. He likes to search for young talents, as seen in "House Music".


Mick is a tall man, with light fair skin. He has long brown hair that covers his eyes. He wears a yellow t-shirt that has a red circle print on it and a purple blazer, white pants, and black shoes. He also talks in a British accent.


S1E10B Mick Swagger cameo

Mick's cameo in "Sleuth or Consequences"

  • He is an obvious parody of Mick Jagger, the lead singer of the band The Rolling Stones.
    • His appearance also bears resemblance to the singer.
  • His rock career has lasted over 40 years.
  • According to Luna's Instagram Q&A, his favorite foods are bangers and mash.
    • In "Fed Up", however, Luna says his favorite dish is shepherd's pie. Though, it's possible he likes both.
  • In "Roadie to Nowhere", Luna calls him a "rock god".
    • Also, in "Roadie to Nowhere", it is revealed that he has an album made of rock candy.

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