Rolling Stones to Return to the Studio"'Blue & Lonesome' caught us a little bit by surprise in that we figured it was something we had to do, but we didn’t expect the response.”
Anita Pallenberg, Longtime Keith Richards Girlfriend, Dies at 73"With Anita, you knew you were taking on a valkyrie — she who decides who dies in battle," wrote Richards.
Keith Richards Pens Heartfelt Tribute to Chuck Berry"He brought joy to us; the feeling for a fifteen year old guitar player that there was more to life than seemed possible," Richards wrote.
Keith Richards Explains Why Chuck Berry Punched Him“If I walked into my dressing room and saw somebody fiddling with my ax, it would be perfectly all right to sock 'em, you know? I just got caught.”
1993 Interview Between Hunter S. Thompson and Keith Richards is a Wild RideThis interview between Hunter S. Thompson and Keith Richards from 1993 is a whirlwind of bizarre.
This Week In History: Elvis Presley, Keith Richards, Chic, Elton + George & MoreWelcome back to another wild week in music history as we look back on Elvis Presley's 10 week run at number 1 on the U.S. album chart; Keith Richards reading about his French arrest warrant; Chic's 'Le Freak' is born; Elton and George Michael team to fight AIDS; and an historic microphone sells for $37,500!
Keith Richards: 'On Stage, Sometimes, I Feel Immortal'"And as long as I’ve got the guys," Richards added.
Brad Blanks on the 'Exhibitionism' Red Carpet with The Rolling StonesThe Rolling Stones have invaded downtown New York... again. Mick and Keith share their thoughts on the opening night 'pink carpet.'
Robert Plant, Keith Richards, Ringo Starr & More Unite for Refugee Aid PSAThe 'We Are Not Afraid' campaign aims to support the welfare of global refugees.
Keith Richards Will Live ForeverIn between hand picking his own favorite television programs to air and creating a soundtrack for the weekend, Richards took to Twitter to discuss his own mortality.
Keith Richards, Robert Plant and Others Join ‘We Are Not Afraid’ CampaignKeith Richards, Robert Plant, Ringo Starr, Elvis Costello, Peter Gabriel and over 175 more artists have joined forces to support We Are Not Afraid, a global campaign aimed at raising funds for the refugee crisis and victims of religious and political violence.
Keith Richards Says Beatles Concerts 'Were Never Quite There'"Musically, the Beatles had a lovely sound and great songs. But the live thing? They were never quite there," Richards said.