Keith Richards said he sees original Stones fans bringing their grandchildren to performances – a testament to the band's continuing draw.
“I don't know quite what it is,” he said. “But it must be something to do with the music.”
Richards added: “I'll do it in my wheelchair.”
Friday, April 04, 2008
Random Rock Bloggage
How's this for a bombshell: The Rolling Stones are old and past it and over the hill and really should retire. I guess we've only been hearing that since, oh, the release of Goat's Head Soup. Is it unseemly for these senior citizens to caper around the world, singing songs of overheated pubescent lust? Yes, of course. Unseemliness was one of the points behind rock and roll. And they still connect with a vast audience on any number of levels: