Keith Richards has played thousands of shows during his career, both with and without the Rolling Stones, but the one he later referred to as his "most spectacular" took place in Sacramento on Dec. 3, 1965.
Keith Richards will return for his third appearance in the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movie series as Captain Jack Sparrow's father. And this time the Rolling Stones guitarist plays a pivotal role in the film's plot.
For every universally celebrated song, known to all and played to death by radio stations everywhere, there are countless hidden gems – album cuts that, for reasons unclear, somehow missed their predestined date with classic rock immortality.
Keith Richards has always said that the goal of the Rolling Stones in the early days was to bring the blues to London. In a new interview, he discusses a side benefit, which threw him for a loop back in the day.
Ask for a list the best building blocks for a long and healthy life, and most people will tell you to eat a smart diet, get plenty of exercise and avoid stress. But as far as Keith Richards is concerned, membership in the Rolling Stones offers its own health benefits.
In 1965 the Rolling Stones scored their breakthrough hit, ‘Satisfaction’ — but guitarist Keith Richards almost didn’t finish the song. He came up with the main riff during the early morning hours at a motel in Florida while on tour, putting it down on tape befor
Keith Richards' memoir of his life and the life of the Rolling Stones revealed some things about the band and Mick Jagger that the frontman didn't care for. In a recent interview Jagger calls an apology from Richards a "prerequisite," while Richards shares he doesn't regret a thing.
Country music suffered a tremendous loss last Friday (April 26), when the legendary George Jonespassed away at the age of 81. But more than a Nashville icon, Jones was a friend and inspiration to many -- including Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, who penned a eulogy for Jones that was released in time for his funeral service yesterday (May 2).
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