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Joseph Callahan, who reportedly said that he made a bomb intended to Richards, is charged with illegal possession of explosives, reckless endangerment and manufacture of bombs.
The legendary guitarist prefers CDs, records and cassettes to iPod because they have better sound than any digital music device.
Chemistry between GaGa and Mick Jagger sparked as they belted out the Stones classic at the band's final reunion date.
The Rolling Stones' guitarist regretted his derogatory comments about Jagger, saying it really offended his bandmate.
The Slim Shady, Weezy and The Rolling Stones' guitarist join many other survivors of drug addictions, legal woes and other personal tribulations, including Metallica, Andre 3000, and Jack White.
Legendary rocker Keith Richards was overwhelmed by the positive response to his autobiography, insisting even his records 'don't get such good reviews'.
French actress Marie-France Pisier has been found dead in the swimming pool at her home in the south of France.
The Rolling Stones rocker Keith Richards once used heavy duty household glue to fix his teeth when his veneers fell out, according to his bandmate Ronnie Wood.
Theodora Richards was scribbling 'TNA' with a paint marker on a public property in New York when she was approached by officers who later found drugs in her bag.
The Rolling Stones star enjoyed a smoke at the New York Public Library in October and the nicotine smoke from his cigarette reportedly killed the orchid in the room.
There was a claim that a Swedish journalist who gave The Rolling Stones two out of five stars was smacked in the head by the rocker, but his rep dismissed the story as false.
In his upcoming memoir 'Life', Keith Richards recalls that he and his bandmates often dared each other by being the most disgusting that the others and the Stones were no match for James Phelge.
Richards recalled his early days with his Rolling Stones bandmate whom he thought was 'very difficult' to be friends with due to his possessiveness.
Richards' then-girlfriend, Anita Pallenberg, reveals that the rocker treated his musical instrument better than people during their recording time at his chateau home in France.
The Rolling Stones guitarist initially hesitated at releasing the autobiography because he thought no one would want to read it.