Fans of the Black Keys, Jon Spencer, and, of course, Richards’ main band should all take note.
Waits writes that Richards is “faster than a fax machine,” his “urine is blue,” and even claims that Richards was “slapped by the Queen.”
It comes out on the same day as his next solo album, “Crosseyed Heart.”
“There’s nothing like walking into a studio and having absolutely no idea what you’re going to come out with on the other end,” he said.
Norman Reedus has been popping up in music videos for two decades now, with such artists as Lady Gaga, Radiohead and Bjork. Ever seen them? Now’s your chance.
In other Stones news, they have a string of dates in Australia and New Zealand next month.
The medley also includes Keith’s 1992 solo song “Words of Wonder.”
Reading just got even more FUNdamental, thanks to your good ol’ Uncle Keef.
Fans have been wondering for months if this year’s Rolling Stones tour dates marked the end of the road for the band, and now they have their answer.
Here, we focus on the Rolling Stones’ ‘Goats Head Soup,’ which had the unenviable job of following up ‘Exile on Main St.’ The chart-topping album turned 40 this weekend.
So, with the Rolling Stones having completed their 50 & Counting Tour of the U.S. Monday night (June 26) in Washington, D.C., we wondered, could this be the last time the Stones will tour big?
“We shot a bit ’round Johnny’s house,” Richards told British magazine Mojo, adding that Tom Waits, Waddy Wachtel (guitarist in Richards’ solo band the X-Pensive Winos) and drummer Jim Keltner were present at the shoot as well.
The Stones rocked Los Angeles with superstar guests and enduring hits at the launch of the band’s 50th anniversary tour.
“I kept hedging when people asked me, but I knew, the year before,” Mick Jagger admits in our exclusive video, speaking about the Rolling Stones’ 50 and Counting concerts last year and the tour’s eventual extension into 2013.
The Rolling Stones have put their spin on a number of great Chuck Berry songs over the years. Here are a few we’d love to see on the setlist for the Stones’ upcoming U.S. tour.
Keith Richards/Eric Clapton, Keith Urban/Vince Gill, John Mayer/Doyle Bramhall Collabs Highlight Crossroads Night 2
Eric Clapton doesn’t play that wild brand of barroom rock and roll very often anymore, but he was all smiles backing Keith Richards on Chuck Berry’s “Sweet Little Rock And Roller” at Crosswords Fest.