Keith Richards, one of the founding members and guitarist of The Rolling Stones, tells his life story in this captivating memoir. From his working-class childhood in post-war England to international superstardom alongside Mick Jagger, Richards provides an intimate glimpse into the fascinating world of rock ‘n’ roll. With unbridled honesty he recounts both the highs and lows – from drug busts to legendary performances on stage – as well as detailing his complicated personal life offstage. This is a must-read for any fan of music history or The Rolling Stones alike.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for music fans who are interested in learning more about the personal life of Keith Richards, one of the founding members and guitarist of The Rolling Stones. It provides an intimate glimpse into his childhood, his rise to fame, and all the ups and downs along the way.
- Keith Richards tells his life story in an intimate and captivating way
- Rock ‘n’ roll fans will appreciate the inside look at The Rolling Stones
- Richards is brutally honest about both the good and bad times of his life
- It is very long
- It can be repetitive at times
- Keith Richards is not the most eloquent speaker
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Keith Richards is a founding member of The Rolling Stones.
“Keith Richards has lived one hell of a life, and he tells the tale in raw, unapologetic detail in his new autobiography. If you’re a fan of The Stones, or just fascinated by tales of legendary rock stars behaving badly (and who isn’t?), Life is a must-read.”
“Life is a brutally honest account of Keith Richards’ life – from his childhood in England during World War II, to the formation and rise to fame of The Rolling Stones, to his current status as one of the world’s most iconic musicians. Fans will love getting an inside look at Richards’ fascinating personal life, drug busts included, while everyone else will appreciate the rollicking good time that is this book.”
“Keith Richards’ Life is a compelling and honest account of the life of one of rocks most notorious figures. From his early days in post-war England to international superstardom as part of The Rolling Stones, Richards bares all with unbridled honesty – recounting both the highs and lows including drug busts and legendary performances on stage. This is a must read for any fan or music history.”
“Keith Richards’ Life is a must-read for any fan of The Rolling Stones and rock ‘n’ roll history. In his typically unbridled style, Richards takes readers on an intimate journey from his working-class childhood in post-war England to the heights of international superstardom. With honesty and humor he recounts both the highs and lows – including drug busts, legendary performances on stage, and complicated personal relationships – providing an unparalleled insights into the fascinating world of rock music.”