Keith Richards on Drug Use and the Rolling Stones

Complete video at: Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards discusses his personal history with heroin and other hard drugs. "Getting in is easy, getting out is difficult," says Richards. "It took me a while." —– Outlaw, hellraiser, and one of rock musics most gifted and influential guitarists, Keith Richards has forged a life that most of us can only imagine–and often envy. Amazingly hes lived to tell about it, and now this rock Icon has given us the definitive rock autobiography. In Life, the man himself tells about life lived fast and hard in the creative hurricane–from his days as a young boy growing up in a council estate, listening obsessively to Chuck Berry and Muddy Waters records, to joining forces with Mick Jagger and Brian Jones to form The Rolling Stones. In conversation with Anthony DeCurtis, a music journalist, and contributing editor for Rolling Stone, Keith Richards will discuss the storied journey of the Rolling Stones, as well as his passion for books and for history. He will chronicle how he created the revolutionary, high-octane riffs that defined "Jumping Jack Flash," "Gimme Shelter" and "Honky Tonk Woman," his affair with the equally infamous Anita Pallenberg (the mother of three of his children), and the tragic death of Brian Jones. He will also discuss the personal values that have made him a proud, successful father, and a happily married man for more than twenty-five years. From falling in love with his wife Patti Hansen to his <b>…<b>