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September 25, 1988 | ROBERT HILBURN
It was a familiar scene to anyone who has spent time on the road with the Rolling Stones. Keith Richards--the man whose "renegade cool" persona defined the image of rock guitarist, as surely as Elvis' hip-swinging sensuality once defined rock singers--was heading down a long hotel corridor. Only this time Richards was heading toward a photographer, not away from him. The once media-shy Richards was also walking in a straight line, not weaving as in his notorious drug days.
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ENTERTAINMENT
October 15, 1989 | ROBERT HILBURN
It was easy to tell from the length of Mick Jagger and Keith Richards' answers which one was more interested in talking about the Rolling Stones' past. Jagger, nursing a slight cold in his dressing room before the first of the band's two sold-out concerts at 50,000-capacity R.F.K. Stadium, was good-natured enough to give his reactions to a reporter's list of 10 favorite Rolling Stones songs.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 4, 2007 | Susan King, Times Staff Writer
The nearly three-hour "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" (Disney, $35) sails onto DVD today with a lavish two-disc set that includes among its extras a riotous interview between the film's star, Johnny Depp, and Rolling Stones guitar legend Keith Richards, who has a cameo in the adventure as Capt. Jack Sparrow's father. Depp based his character on Richards, so to watch the two together is like watching a doppelganger.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 12, 2002 | Hillary Johnson, Special to The Times
Similar signs might have presaged the fall of the Roman Empire. It was nothing but an interesting juxtaposition on the newsstand: Cher on the cover of Good Housekeeping, looking like an ersatz Barbie doll, and a few covers down, a shirtless Keith Richards on the cover of Rolling Stone, looking every bit a prehistoric reptile.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 4, 2001 | RANDY LEWIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Fans of the Mamas & the Papas are in for a big surprise with the new solo album from group founder and songwriter John Phillips--an album released just weeks after Phillips died of heart failure at 65. In place of the gorgeously complex harmonizing and endearing folk-rock sound that were the Mamas & the Papas' hallmark, Phillips' "Pay Pack & Follow" is a raw, ragged, hard-rocking outing that sounds like a lost album by the Rolling Stones.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 20, 1995 | Elysa Gardner, Elysa Gardner is a free-lance writer based in New York
If Jennifer Trynin becomes a rock star, her story could make a charming movie. The plot: A nice Jewish girl from New Jersey graduates from college with degrees in creative writing and philosophy and moves to Boston. Following the advice of a grandmother named Sadie, she pursues a career in journalism. Her heart is still in music, though, so she soon finds herself leading a double life, doing free-lance ghostwriting and editing by day, then performing songs she's written herself at nightclubs.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 25, 2013 | By Randy Lewis
The Rolling Stones wrapped the U.S. leg of its 50 and Counting tour Monday in Washington D.C., concluding without any special guests this time, although Lenny Kravitz was in the house and went backstage for a visit with guitarist Ron Wood. It was a very different scene than the group's first performance in the nation's capital 48 years ago. “Washington has a lot of memories for me,” Mick Jagger told the audience early in the set. “We first came here in 1965. Lady Bird Johnson was the first lady, she always came to our shows.” PHOTOS: Rolling Stones through the decades As on most of the stops on the tour that opened May 3 in Los Angeles , former Stones guitarist Mick Taylor joined with Jagger, Wood, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts and Darryl Jones on “Midnight Rambler.” On Monday night, he also came onstage for "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" and returned during the encore to add his licks to “(I Can't Get No)
WORLD
April 30, 2006 | From Times Wire Reports
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards was hospitalized for a mild concussion after he reportedly fell out of a palm tree while vacationing in Fiji. Richards, 62, was injured earlier in the week and flown to a New Zealand hospital, band spokeswoman Fran Curtis said in a statement. The statement did not elaborate on his condition or explain how he was injured. But media reports in Australia and New Zealand said Richards fell out of a palm tree at an exclusive Fiji resort.
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