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Gimme Keef

Who knows when the last time for the Rolling Stones ever will be? In Life, Keith Richards' terrific new autobiography, the Stones guitarist threatens that the band is gearing up for another world tour, and promises that he won't retire "until I croak." My review of Life, which was co-written with James Fox and includes the heretofore unknown tale of the meaningful weeks Richards spent in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill in 1977 being weaned off heroin and drinking Jack Daniel's, is here. Keith is the one to Mick's left, below.

Gimme Keef

Who knows when the last time for the Rolling Stones ever will be? In Life, Keith Richards' terrific new autobiography, the Stones guitarist threatens that the band is gearing up for another world tour, and promises that he won't retire "until I croak." My review of Life, which was co-written with James Fox and includes the heretofore unknown tale of the meaningful weeks Richards spent in Philadelphia and Cherry Hill in 1977 being weaned off heroin and drinking Jack Daniel's, is here. Keith is the one to Mick's left, below.

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