Keith Richards Produces New Aaron Neville Doo-Wop Album

Richard Hamilton Swingeing London 67 (f), By Andrew Wilson

Prompted by a News of the World tip-off, the drugs bust at Keith Richards's house Redlands in 1967 inspired the "Who Breaks a Butterfly on the Wheel?" editorial in The Times, the Stones's single "We Love You", and Richard Hamilton's portrait of Mick
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Keith Richards Produces New Aaron Neville Doo-Wop Album

With a Rolling Stones 50th anniversary tour off the table at least until next year, Keith Richards apparently has found time for other musical endeavors. An exclusive Forbes.com report reveals that the guitarist has produced an upcoming album by
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1 thought on “Keith Richards Produces New Aaron Neville Doo-Wop Album

  1. did he ever get an offer from Gibson? or he rejects to endorse any guitar brands? I mean, even third rate guitar players like Richie Sambora have a few why not Keith?

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