Keith Richards on friendship and fame
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards has explained how singer Mick Jagger used to believe he was “bigger than the Stones”.
Speaking to the BBC on Sunday (October 24), Richards told of how Jagger slowly took control of the band throughout the 1980s, a situation that, in his own words “started at first to annoy me, and then slowly enraged me".
Richards, 66, who is publishing his autobiography ‘Life’ next week, said that the two of them are still firm friends however, adding that “nobody has the perfect marriage”.
The rock legend also added that when it comes to intoxication, "fame is probably a bigger killer than drugs in my game".
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