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Keith Richards has already written one version of his astonishing story—Life; the one rock ‘n’ roll fans wanted him to write, with heavy emphasis on his musical endeavors, his wild times with the Rolling Stones and his ...
By Fraser McAlpine | Posted on November 21st, 2012
Let this post stand as some kind of flag in the ground as to what we expect from a 50th anniversary of a thing. With James Bond, we expected (and got) the best Bond film of ever, one that managed to blend up the best bits of all the old ...
By Brigid Brown | Posted on November 8th, 2012
“Oooohee, baby.” The Rolling Stones “have got a message for you” with their latest single ‘One More Shot’. It’s the second release from their greatest hits compilation ‘GRRR!
Now, before anyone attempts to blow out the impossible wall of fire on the cake, we are going to pause for a moment, and attempt to summarise the adventures of the Greatest Rock ‘n’ Roll Band In the World, the piratical ...
Baddism can take many forms. You can be a badass, bad-meaning-good, bad-meaning-cool or even just plain bad.
Well now, here’s a story which is kind of a surprise and yet also no surprise at all. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards have announced they’ve put their bickering behind them, and are finally able to spend time together as ...
Keith Richards in his latter years, is turning into quite the most bizarre and wonderful human being anyone could meet, is he not? Sharper than anyone has a right to be after the life he’s lead, and able to laugh at himself enough ...
Pete Townshend’s autobiography, which has been on the way for something like 20 years, is due in the fall, and we’re pretty sure it’s going to be amazing. He’s clearly been there and done that, and he can spin a ...
By Leah Rozen | Posted on May 20th, 2011
Hollywood is addicted to the British.
While much has been written of late about all the comic book superhero roles being nabbed by English or Commonwealth-born actors, it’s the casting of supporting roles in blockbuster film series that is really keeping talented Brits ...
Some news stories contain such a heady mix of excitement, horror and wishful thinking, no one is entirely sure how best to react: this next item is a perfect example.