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Legendary recording artist and The Rolling Stones axeman Keith Richards has announced the debut digital and immersive audio release of…
Remembering Charlie Watts (June 2, 1941 – August 24, 2021)
“I love the life experience that I get from meeting these really interesting, creative people all the time.”
Editor’s Note: Today the Rolling Stones’ guitarist turns 77 years young. Not only a guitar paragon, Richards is a singer, songwriter, and best-selling author. He’s also notorious as one of the folks who has lived the rock and roll lifestyle to its extreme, and survived. In his honor, we offer 10 things you may not know about “the man death forgot.”
Jeff Beck & Keith Richards appear on the song “Cognac,” Mick Jagger lends his vocals to “You Did the Crime,” and James Bay guests on “Blue No More.”
For the month of December the American Blues Scene is going to take a trip down memory lane and we’ll be digging out some of our favorite pieces that have previously appeared in our publication. We’ve experienced a year of phenomenal growth and we just want to make sure that our readers, old and new have the the opportunity to enjoy all of the great content that the American Blues Scene is known for.
It’s a sound that’s so deeply embedded in music history that it can never be undone — but the Fender Champ didn’t happen overnight. The story is as fascinating as the sound!