Tag Archives: Keith Richards

Lost Classic: Ron Wood – I’ve Got My Own Album to Do

Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album to DoJust before he became a Rolling Stone, Ronnie Wood was a party man with the coolest cats in rock and roll. His first solo album hits the highs and lows of 1974 with a star studded cast of extras.

Keef Dishes on Some of His Faves

Guitar World has a great little interview with Keith Richards discussing his favorite Stones’ songs and how they came about. There’s nothing surprising on the songlist itself, but some of Keith’s commentary on them is really interesting. Selected gems include: Satisfaction – When I wrote the song, I didn’t think of that particular riff as … Continue reading Keef Dishes on Some of His Faves

The Rolling Stones: 1969 World Tour Photos

The Rolling Stones’ 1969 World Tour kicked off days after the death of Brian Jones and ended with the death of Meredith Hunter at Altamont, captured in the film Gimme Shelter. Who would have guessed that this tour would mark the death of the 60s? Here, Mick and Keef take a break for some time … Continue reading The Rolling Stones: 1969 World Tour Photos

Greg Allman Sidelined

The Allman Brothers Band are being forced to cancel a number of upcoming shows due to Greg Allman’s need to treat hepatitis c. Shows in Florida and their annual run of shows at Manhattan’s Beacon Theater have all been shelved, according to drummer Butch Trucks. Greg should get in touch with Keith Richards, who told … Continue reading Greg Allman Sidelined

Keith Richards Snorted His Dad’s Ashes

Associated Press picked up an NME interview with Keith Richards: “The strangest thing I’ve tried to snort? My father. I snorted my father. He was cremated and I couldn’t resist grinding him up with a little bit of blow. My dad wouldn’t have cared. It went down pretty well, and I’m still alive.” Richards’ father, … Continue reading Keith Richards Snorted His Dad’s Ashes

Keith Richards: The Face That Launched a Thousand Fuckups… And More Recoveries

KeithKeith Richards, the personification of rock and roll, has endured longer than anyone would have expected possible. Stephen Macaulay pulls the best quotes from a newly updated biography.