Keith Richards is an English musician, songwriter, singer born on 18 December 1943 at Livingston Hospital, in Dartford, Kent, England known as the co-founder, guitarist, backing vocalist and co-principal songwriter of the rolling stones. He was name as the best and creator of rock’s greatest single body of riffs on guitar and ranked him fourth on its list of 100 best guitarists in 2011. He is the only child to Doris Maud Lydia (née Dupree) and Herbert William Richards.
Keith Richards Wife
Richards first partner was an Italian actress Anita Pallenberg the mother of his first three children. they never married but were a couple from 1967-1979.
Richard met his wife Patti Hansen, in 1979 and married on 18 December 1983.
Keith Richards Pirates Of The Caribbean
Richards,Captain Teague, was hired in the movie Pirates of the Caribbean to play a role as jack sparrows father in pirates of the Caribbean 3. Then they cast him again, to reprise the role of Captain Teague in Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides but later was kicked out of the plays due to hard use of drugs.
Rolling Stones Keith Richards
Rolling Stones Records was the record label formed by the Rolling Stones members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Charlie Watts and Bill Wyman in 1970, after their recording contract with Decca Records expired. The record was headed by Marshall Chess and was distributed in the USA by Atlantic Records.
Keith Richards Children | Keith Richards Daughters
Richards has five children in total but one of them died with two months. Richards had his first three children with his first partner Anita Pallenberg, they include; Marlon Leon Sundeep born in 1969, a daughter Angela (originally named Dandelion), born in 1972. Their third child, a son named Tara Jo Jo Gunne died aged 2 months of sudden infant death syndrome on 6 june 1976.
With his wife Patti Hansen, they ha two children. Theodora Dupree born in 1985 and Alexandra Nicole born in 1986.
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Keith Richards Dead
Richards is still alive as of now 2019.
Keith Richards Telecaster
A telecaster is a type of an electric guitar manufactured by Fender. Richards refers to a telecaster guitar as one thing he cant do without.
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Keith Richards Drugs
Richards has been notorious on ilicit drug use. He has been tried on drug related charges five times; in 1967, twice in 1973, in 1977 and in 1978.
Keith Richards Age | How Old Is Richards
Richards was born on 18 December 1943 (age 75 years as of 2018), Dartford, United Kingdom.
Keith Richards Net Worth
Richards has an estimated net worth of $340 million.
Keith Richards Books
1. Life – Keith Richards
2. According to the Rolling Stones – Keith Richards
3. The Rolling Stones 50 – Keith Richards
4. Gus y yo: La historia de mi abuelo y mi primera guitarra – Keith Richards
5. Voodoo Lounge – Keith Richards
6. Animated Poems – Keith Richards
7. Research Methods for Applied Language Studies: An Advanced Resource Book for Students – Keith Richards
8. Research Methods for Applied Language Studies: An Advanced Resource Book for Students – Keith Richards
9. Interdisciplinary Discourse: Communicating Across Disciplines – Keith Richards
10. Keith Richards: In His Own Words (In Their Own Words (Scholastic Hardcover) – Keith Richards
11. The Soul of Tone: 60 Years of Fender – Richards
Keith Richards Albums
Year Album Lebel
1988 Talk Is Cheap Mobile Fidelity Sound Lab
1991 Live at the Hollywood Palladium Virgin
(December 15, 1988)
1992 Main Offender Virgin
1997 Wingless Angels Mindless Records / Mindless / Island
2015 Crosseyed Heart Mindless Records / Republic / Virgin EMI
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Keith Richards Band
The Rolling Stones are an English rock band formed in London in 1962. The first stable line-up consisted of Brian Jones (multi-instrumentalist), Mick Jagger (lead vocals, harmonica, occasional guitar and keyboards), Richards (guitar, bass, keyboards, backing vocals), Bill Wyman (bass), Charlie Watts (drums), and Ian Stewart (piano). Brian Jones was initially the original leader of the band. The bands songwriters Jagger and Richards, assumed leadership after Andrew Loog Oldham became the group’s manager. their music focus shifted from covering blues songs to writing original material a decision which Jones did not agree with and was replaced by Mick Taylor by the time he died in 1969.
The Rolling Stones were at the forefront of the British Invasion of bands that became popular in the United States in 1964 and were identified with the youthful and rebellious counterculture of the 1960s. Rooted in blues and early rock and roll, the band started out playing covers but found more success with their own material. the band was inducted in the rock and roll hall of fame in 1989 and UK music hall of fame in 2004. they were ranked as the best artists of all time at number four by rolling stone magazine.
Keith Richards Family
Richards is the only child to Doris Maud Lydia (née Dupree) and Herbert William Richards. His father was a factory worker and was wounded in the second world war. His great-grandfather’s family originated from Wales.
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Keith Richards Songs
Something Happened to Me Yesterday” (alternates with Jagger), Connection” (co-lead with Jagger) – Between the Buttons (1967)
Salt of the Earth” (first verse) – Beggars Banquet (1968)
You Got the Silver” – Let It Bleed (1969)
Happy” – Exile on Main St. (1972)
Coming Down Again” – Goats Head Soup (1973)
Memory Motel” (alternates with Jagger) – Black and Blue (1976)
Happy” (live) – Love You Live (1977)
Before They Make Me Run” – Some Girls (1978)
All About You” – Emotional Rescue (1980)
Little T&A” – Tattoo You (1981)
Wanna Hold You” – Undercover (1983)
Too Rude”, “Sleep Tonight” – Dirty Work (1986)
Can’t Be Seen”, “Slipping Away” – Steel Wheels (1989)
Can’t Be Seen” (live) – Flashpoint (1991)
The Worst”, “Thru and Thru” – Voodoo Lounge (1994)
Slipping Away” (acoustic studio rehearsal) – Stripped (1995)
You Don’t Have to Mean It”, “Thief in the Night”, “How Can I Stop” – Bridges to Babylon (1997)
Thief in the Night” (live), “Memory Motel” (live, alternates with Jagger and Dave Matthews) – No Security (1998)
Anyway You Look At It” (Alternates with Jagger) – “Saint of Me” (B-side) (1998)
Losing My Touch” – Forty Licks (2002)
Happy” (live), “The Nearness of You” (live), “You Don’t Have to Mean It” (live) – Live Licks (2004)
This Place Is Empty”, “Infamy” – A Bigger Bang (2005)
Hurricane” – CD single (free at US Rolling Stones concerts in 2005 with donation to Hurricane Katrina fund)
Thru and Thru” (live) – Rarities 1971–2003 (2005)
You Got the Silver” (live), “Connection” (live), “Little T&A” (live) – Shine a Light (2008)
Soul Survivor” (Alternative Take) – Exile on Main Street (2010 Reissue) (2010)
We Had it All” – Some Girls (2011 Reissue) (2011).
“Run Rudolph Run” b/w “The Harder They Come”
“Take It So Hard”
“You Don’t Move Me”
“Wicked As It Seems”
“Run Rudolph Run” b/w “Pressure Drop”
Keith Richards Mick Jagger
The songwriting partnership of Mick Jagger and Richards, known as Jagger/Richards (also called The Glimmer Twins), is a musical collaboration whose output has produced the majority of the catalog of the Rolling Stones. It is one of the most successful songwriting partnerships in history. In addition to Jagger and Richards’s songwriting partnership, they have also produced numerous Rolling Stones albums under the pseudonym The Glimmer Twins.
Keith Richards Guitar Style
Rolling Stones guitarist Richards has crafted some of the most famous guitar riffs of all time. What’s unique about his style is that most of his signature hooks are chord changes, not scale riffs. And these changes almost always combine chord voicings derived from the CAGED system’s A and C forms.
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Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales
Keith Richards: Under the Influence
Rolling Stones: One More Shot
Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Toots and the Maytals: Reggae Got Soul
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End
Man on Horseback
How Tall Is Keith Richards
Richards is about 1.74 m tall.
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Richards Reveals He’s Cut Back on Drinking: ‘I Got Fed Up With It’
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Published on: DECEMBER 12, 2018
Richards can name several highlights of the Rolling Stones’ most recent overseas tour. He talks about how Mick Jagger pushed the band to start opening their shows with “Street Fighting Man,” how they tackled their 1967 rarity “She’s a Rainbow” and brought back their cover of Bob Dylan’s “Like a Rolling Stone,” which became a frequent highlight. “Mick was having a lot of fun with it, especially with the harp at the end,” says Richards. As the tour wound down, Richards says, “Everyone looked at each other saying, ‘No, we’re just getting going!’ That’s when the idea came to play the States.” Even as peers like Paul Simon and Elton John say goodbye to the road, the Stones are ramping up. The latest leg of their No Filter Tour kicks off April 20th at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium. Between then and the final show in Chicago on June 25th, they’ll play 14 cities to nearly a million people. “[America] is really our first hunting grounds,” Richards tells Rolling Stone, recalling how the group first toured the U.S. in a station wagon in 1964. “Quite honestly, I can’t believe I’ve been around this long, man. I’ve watched this country grow up.”
For their first U.S. shows since Desert Trip in 2016, the Stones are planning to revamp their set with extended rehearsals. “It’s kind of like pulling out a great car that’s been sitting on the blocks for nine months — you’ve got to break it in again,” Richards says. Mostly, though, they rehearse because it’s fun; he mentions that he’d like to try bringing back the Stones’ cover of Solomon Burke’s soul classic “Cry to Me.”
Guitarist Ronnie Wood has been thinking about the band’s setlists a lot lately. An accomplished artist, he’s releasing Set Pieces this month, a coffee table book with more than 400 Stones setlists he’s painted over the last two decades backstage. “When I get the final list, I get cracking on my canvas,” says Wood of his backstage routine. Looking back at them has given him a lot of ideas for this tour; he’s hoping the band breaks out “Beast of Burden” and “Play With Fire,” which they recently performed in Hamburg, Germany for the first time in nearly 30 years (“Mick didn’t realize what a great song it was,” Wood says.) Wood has loved playing “Under My Thumb” recently – “It’s a difficult song to handle, but if you get it right, it’s a really good payoff” – as well as the raucous blues covers from their 2016 album Blue & Lonesome. “Mick decided to keep it to one [blues number] on the last tour, [maybe because] of his waning confidence in people thinking, ‘Maybe they don’t want to hear too much off of that blues album.’ I disagree there. I think, ‘Come on! Let’s do more! Let’s do a whole blues set!’ That’s what I’d like to do one day.”.