Legendary recording artist and The Rolling Stones axeman, Keith Richards, today announced the debut digital and immersive audio release of his live album Winos Live in London ‘92. The release is part of an ongoing celebration of the 30th anniversary of Richards’ celebrated second solo release, Main Offender, available now as a super-deluxe boxset via BMG.
Keith Richards Tells Apple Music About The 30th Anniversary of 'Main Offender', What He Learned From Being a Frontman, Charlie Watts' Role In Connecting Him with Steve Jordan, and More
Keith Richards joins Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1 to celebrate 30th anniversary and re-release of his second solo album ‘Main Offender’. He tells Apple Music about deciding to make another solo record after ’Talk Is Cheap’, the necessity of the hiatus from The Rolling Stones and how it made the band stronger, what he learned from being a frontman and how it benefitted The Stones, why he didn’t make another solo record for 23 years, the upcoming 50th anniversary of ‘Exile on Main Street’ and more.
Keith Richards joins Strombo on Apple Music Hits to reflect on The Rolling Stones' album 'Tattoo You' that turned 40 earlier this year. He talks about the Super Deluxe re-issue, the loss of Charlie, their latest tour, his relationship with Mick, and the need for flexibility in life.
Keith Richards on moving forward without Charlie Watts
Whole Lotta Celebratin’ Goin On: 85 Years Of The Killer Adds Ringo Starr, Keith Richards, John Fogerty, Andy Grammer, Peyton Manning
Announced last week, a star-studded event will be held to celebrate Jerry Lee Lewis’ 85th Birthday featuring some of the biggest names in music, movies, sports, television and politics. The virtual livestream, hosted by actor John Stamos, has added Ringo Starr, Keith Richards, John Fogerty, Andy Grammer, Kris Kristofferson, Peyton Manning and more for performances and well wishes for the “Last Man Standing” and founding father of Rock n’ Roll. There will be special appearances from Jerry Lee Lewis himself and he will interact with fans via the live chat.
Keith Richards takes to his official Facebook, Twitter and YouTube with an exclusive “Ask Keith” video clip answering the question “What was it like to work with Lou Pallo?” on the new Les Paul tribute album, Thank You Les.
“He came up with the most perfect song”, said Richards, referring to his collaboration with Pallo on the Les Paul and Bing Crosby 1941 hit, It’s Been a Long, Long Time. “He’s known as the Man of a Million Chords and he can find a chord for every different note you’re singing, which fascinates me.”