Elton John's Meanest Insults: Madonna, Billy Joel, Keith RichardsElton is refreshingly unfiltered, but not everyone appreciates his honesty.
Keith Richards Credits Rolling Stones Show with Preventing His SuicideWhen Keith Richards lost his 10-week-old son, Tara back in 1976, it understandably brought him to a dark place.
Keith Richards Taught Ike Turner How To Play 5-String GuitarWhile sharing adjacent dressing rooms, Turner overheard Richards playing "Honky Tonk Women," a huge hit for the Stones, released in 1969.
Keith Richards Pokes Fun at Led Zeppelin, The Who"Sometimes you’ve got that one paintbrush, and you rock it.”
Keith Richards: Metallica, Black Sabbath Jokes, Hip Hop for the Tone Deaf“What rap did that was impressive was to show there are so many tone-deaf people out there."
Tom Waits Writes a Poem about Keith RichardsWaits writes that Richards is "faster than a fax machine," his "urine is blue," and even claims that Richards was "slapped by the Queen."
Keith Richards Netflix Doc to Be Released in SeptemberIt comes out on the same day as his next solo album, "Crosseyed Heart."
Keith Richards Still Smokes Weed Every DayTake a look at Keith Richard's face. That's a man who's lived more lives than his 71 years should have allowed.
Keith Richards Releasing Solo Album 'Crosseyed Heart' in September“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.
Is a New Rolling Stones Album on the Way? Keith Richards Seems to Think SoThe Rolling Stones just kicked off their latest North American tour, but Keith Richards is hoping they'll be able to sneak in some time at the studio real soon.
Watch Keith Richards Cover Bob Marley’s ‘Get Up, Stand Up’It's part of a medley that also includes Keith's solo song "Words of Wonder."
Keith Richards Wrote a Children's BookKeith Richards has already captivated his older fans with the many of the stories of his youth in his best selling memoir, Life, but now he's looking to reach a slightly younger audience with one of his G-rated tales.