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Topic - Keith Richards
He was the prince who helped make the Rolling Stones as rich as kings.
Keith Richards is writing a children's book. He really is.
Police have arrested a retired chemist from Connecticut after he allegedly admitted he was planning to blow up Keith Richards, the guitarist for the Rolling Stones, and apparently had a stockpile of explosives in his home.
He's rock royalty and likes to keep it old school: Keith Richards says he doesn't own an iPod.
The 69-year-old Rolling Stones guitarist believes music lovers are “all being shortchanged” with the sound that comes out of an iPod
It sure didn't feel like a farewell.
Here's what we would like Mick Jagger and the boys to play during the band's upcoming tour.
The Rolling Stones are marking their 50th anniversary with a concert in London.
The official line is "we'll see." But the Rolling Stones seem in such fighting trim, clear-eyed and focused, that it's hard to believe there's not more cooking beyond the current flurry of activity surrounding the band's 50th anniversary.
Keith Richards has had a lot of rock `n' roll moments. He didn't expect another one at the premiere of The Rolling Stones' new documentary "Crossfire Hurricane."
You can't always get what you want _ but if your desire is to attend a Rolling Stones concert this might be your lucky day.
It's only rock `n' roll, but the Rolling Stones definitely like it.
It was 50 years ago today _ as another band almost wrote _ that a group of London musicians first performed as The Rolling Stones.
Mick Jagger will close out this season of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" as both host and, along with Foo Fighters and Arcade Fire, musical guest. He does so at a moment when his professional reputation is not exactly at its high-water mark.
Keith Richards equates the rush to release the Rolling Stones' seminal album "Some Girls" as "the same as cutting off your baby's head."
"Rupert was a merchant banker, very pukka, trustworthy," Keith Richards said in his autobiography "Life" - and he proved invaluable to the band.
"He is a great financial mind for the market," Richards told Fortune magazine in 2002. "He plays that like I play guitar. ... As long as there's a smile on Rupert's face, I'm cool."