Guitarist of British rock legends The Rolling Stones, Keith Richards spoke in an interview with Rolling Stone Magazine. He revealed the biggest difference between touring the U.S and Europe/UK.

He said:

“The difference is we used to do it in a station wagon. America was a very different place in the middle Sixties. Quite honestly, I can’t believe I’ve been around this long, man. I’ve watched this country grow up. I know it better than most Americans, because I’m older!”

Interviewer said “What do you like about playing stadiums? Are they better than playing arenas?”, Keith responded:

“I kind of like the mix. I love stadiums when the weather’s perfect, when there’s not too much wind, because you’re kind of in God’s hands. I do like to play indoors; it’s a controlled environment. But at the same time, you take chances outside. It could be pissing rain.”

He continued:

“It’s a living [laughs]. Um, it’s what I do, man. Give me 50,000 people and I feel right at home. The whole band does. As Ronnie and I often say before we go on, “Let’s get onstage and get some peace and quiet.”

Rolling Stones are working on a new studio album right now. Mick Jagger has shared the process of writing session and said:

“It’s going good. I’ve got lots of stuff. I’m doing some more writing this week. And I’m always, like, messing around.

I enjoy the writing process a lot. I mean, you always think the last thing you wrote is really wonderful and sometimes they’re really not (laughs). But it’s really fun doing it and it’s really enjoyable doing new things.”

Click here to entire interview.