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What Else Would Keith Richards Do

Keith Richards says the reason he continues to make music at age 69 is that he "loves to rock and roll."

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Happy Birthday Keith Richards

Happy Birthday to Rolling Stones co-founder Keith Richards, who turns 69-years-old today.

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Rolling Stones Hint at More Shows In 2013

As Mick Jagger exited the stage at the Rolling Stones' final show of 2012, he told the crowd at New Jersey's Prudential Center, “This is our last show ... of the 50th anniversary tour. Hope to see you again soon.” With the band celebrating fifty years of rock and roll, expectations ran high and, by most all accounts, they surpassed them. So after two shows in London and this short East Coast run, we quote Peggy Lee and ask, "Is that all there is?"

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Rolling Stones Staying Busy In New York

After a sold out show in Brooklyn Saturday night, the Rolling Stones have three more New York concerts this week plus a late night TV appearance Tuesday.

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Jagger & Richards: Complicated Relationship. Duh!

Yes, we know that's hardly the most shocking headline you'll read today, but, with 50 years of being inextricably linked together, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards simultaneously love and hate each other. In a new interview, the Glimmer Twins open up about the true and complex nature of their relationship that makes the Rolling Stones so fascinating..

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Signed Guitars Auctioned for Charity

For the 27th consecutive year, WhyHunger is holding its Hungerthon to raise funds to fight poverty. To help reach their goal, the organization has acquired a handful of guitars and other memorabilia by many rock legends, which are being auctioned online.

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Rolling Stones Rock London…Again!

As expected, the Rolling Stones welcomed special guests (and ex-Stones) Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor, along with Eric Clapton and Florence + The Machine.

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Townshend Admits Swiping ‘Windmill’ From Keef

Pete Townshend is undeniably one of rock music's most dynamic performers. The Who guitarist has always been notable for his energetic stage exertions -- particularly his signature "windmill" move, which consists of Townshend swinging his arm around in a furious windup before delivering a powerful strike to sound power chords on his guitar. In an interview with David Letterman, the musician says his trademark move was inspired by fellow rock icon Keith Richards.

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Rolling Stones Sax Man Thinks End Is Near

The Rolling Stones' legendary sax player Bobby Keys says that he feels that the end is now in sight for rock's original bad boys.

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Rolling Stones Rock London

The Rolling Stones kicked off their 50 & Counting shows in their hometown of London, at a packed O2 Arena where 20,000 delirious fans danced and stomped their way through a night to remember.

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