Dec 04 2013
SHOWS IN ABU DHABI, TOKYO, MACAU, PERTH, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, HANGING ROCK, BRISBANE, AUCKLAND ANNOUNCED TODAY
Wednesday 4 December:Ladies and Gentlemen they are back! THE ROLLING STONES have announced today that they will kick off their 14 ON FIRE tour with a very special one-off show in Abu Dhabi on 21 February 2014, before heading out on the road across the Far East and Asia to play three shows in Tokyo and a one-off show in Macau.
Nov 22 2013
Celebrities from the world of movies, TV, music and sport have "loosened up" and ditched their ties, as well as other fashion accessories and items, in aid of Cahonas Scotland to help in the battle of raising awareness of Male Cancers.
Keith has donated this signed head scarf which he wore on a photo-shoot with Jonny Depp from the front cover of Rolling Stone Magazine.
A must have collectors item for Rolling Stones fans.
You can bid on the item here
Nov 19 2013
THE ROLLING STONES SET TO ROCK AUSTRALIA AT THE BRAND NEW ADELAIDE OVAL SATURDAY 22 MARCH 2014
Ladies and Gentleman they are back! The most eagerly anticipated concert of years and the entertainment opening of the world class Adelaide Oval in 2014 were announced today as rock icons The Rolling Stones confirm their long awaited return to the stage in Australia with a spectacular show. The date, unveiled today, is Saturday 22 March 2014.
This special Adelaide show continues the exhilarating celebration of the band’s five decades, with Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts
Oct 25 2013
Keith and Lee "Scratch" Perry in the latest issue of Rolling Stone (the October 24, 2013 issue with the “Walking Dead" on the cover). The pair are mixing a take on “Love Is Overdue” by Gregory Isaacs.
Jul 22 2013
After performing two sold out concerts in London’s legendary Hyde Park on July 6 and July 13, The Rolling Stones have announced the exclusive iTunes release of Live In Hyde Park. The album is available for just four weeks until August 19. Highlights of the two historic concerts include explosive renditions of “Brown Sugar”, “Sympathy for the Devil”, “Paint It Black” and much more.
Jul 08 2013
Head on over to the Gallery to view a new shot of Keith on stage at Hyde Park in London this past Saturday. It's been over 40 years since the band last played that venue! One very special guest was former Stone Mick Taylor, who joined his old bandmates in a full circle performance. Mick's first gig with the Stones was the last time they played Hyde Park back in 1969. We've got more images from the Stones' 50 & Counting tour, with more to come soon, so make sure you check back often!
Jul 01 2013
Head on over to the Gallery to view a new shot of Keith on stage at Glastonbury. While you're there check out more images from the Stones' 50 & Counting tour including shots of Keith and the boys with special guests, glimpses at the set lists and backstage activity. We'll add more photos to this album soon, so make sure you check back often!
May 13 2013
Head on over to the Gallery to view a new album of photos taken from the Stones' 50 & Counting tour. Featuring shots of Keith and the boys with special guests Tom Waits and Keith Urban, as well as glimpses at the set lists and backstage activity, we'll add more photos to this album soon, so make sure you check back often!
Apr 29 2013
This past Friday, ahead of plans for a farewell Grand Tour, country legend and friend of Keith, George Jones, passed away. A sold-out finale concert was scheduled for November 22 in Nashville, which was to feature a host of special guests, including The Oak Ridge Boys, Kid Rock and Cyndi Lauper.
From this handwritten note, obtained by The Tennessean, it seems that Keith was to be a surprise guest. Keith promised to be at the concert "by hook or by crook".
Keith made guest appearances on two of Mr. Jones' recordings - on the 2005 greatest hits release, The Bradley Barn Sessions and on the title
Apr 15 2013
This weekend, Keith made a surprise appearance at his old friend Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival. His performance at New York's Madison Square Gardens event drew a huge standing ovation in a night that featured other guitar legends like Jeff Beck and Buddy Guy.
Check out the full report by The Washington Post. But first, here's a glimpse of Keith backstage at the event.