Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones had a recent interview with Toronto Sun’s Jane Stevenson and revealed why he felt really sad about New Orleans music legend Dr. John.
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“I’m so sad — Mac Rebennack (using Dr. John’s real name.)
“We often played together a few times, many years ago now. We always had a great time. He liked to have a great time and so do I.”
Richards also saw his 1988 solo album, Talk is Cheap, partially recorded in Le Studio in Morin Heights, Que., get the 30th-anniversary re-release earlier this year.
“That was great because that was mostly a Canadian piece of work. I never expected to sort of seeing a 30-year-old record come out again.
And they did a great job on it so I was very, very happy about it.”
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Last week, Keith Richards had a recent interview with Toronto Sun, and revealed the latest status of Mick Jagger after the heart surgery.
Here is what he said:
“He went through it very easily. He’s in great shape — rocking. As I say, it seemed to be no problem at all really.
It was just, ‘Oh, Mick will be better.’ We’ll just wait around because there was no doubt that we’d soon pick it up. It just had to be done. So we did it.”
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