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    Mon, 03 Jun 2013 15:24:13

    Keith Richards Says The Rolling Stones Are Never Too Old to Learn - They're on their 50 + Counting Tour

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    The Rolling Stones are currently on their 50 + Counting Tour, celebrating their 50th anniversary as a band. Not many bands can lay claim to lasting five decades and half a century, but The Stones can. Even with all those years of experience, guitarist Keith Richards revealed to VH1 Radio that the band is still learning.

    Now that's amazeballs.

    The guitarist said, "Every tour you do, you learn more and more about what you're doing and how to pace a show."

    Have you ever seen The Rolling Stones live? If so, tell us about your experience! We want to hear from you.

    —Maggie Pannacione
    06.03.13



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