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Fag break costs star big moment

ROLLING Stone Ronnie Wood missed his big moment at an awards bash - after nipping out for a cigarette.

A review of the year - Non-Fiction: A Rolling Stone gathers his thoughts in a vintage year

The two most eagerly anticipated memoirs of 2010 - one by a rock star wannabe, and one by a rock star - both fulfilled the expectations.

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Book review: Life by Keith Richards

Life By Keith Richards Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 608pp, £20

Interview: Keith Richards, Rolling Stones guitarist

IT IS 3pm in the New York office of Keith Richards' manager, a place that might look ordinary if every wall and shelf were not crammed with some of the world's most glorious rock'n'roll memorabilia.

Keith Richards rolled with punches as Mick Jagger claimed first spot

ROLLING Stone Keith Richards has opened up about his tempestuous relationship with Sir Mick Jagger, claiming he disliked the frontman's one-time assumption he was "bigger than the Stones".

Stones roll back the years with No.1 hit

THE Rolling Stones were celebrating their first No.1 album in 16 years yesterday as the re- released Exile on Main Street hit the top spot.

Exiled Rolling Stones return to top music charts after 16 years

THE Rolling Stones are on course to have their first No 1 album for 16 years.

Stone's protest

ROLLING Stone Keith Richards joined a protest march yesterday to campaign against possible cuts to a hospital close to his country home.

New York, LA, Tokyo, Milan ... and Peebles, as Stone's photo collection rolls into town

IT IS a rock 'n' roll tour itinerary that reads San Francisco, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Rotterdam ... and Peebles. Former Rolling Stone Bill Wyman has picked the Borders town as the only UK venue for a collection of photos chronicling the early days of his band plus musical fellow travellers such as John Lennon, Eric Clapton and Elton John.

Stones refuse to risk scaring the horses

THE Rolling Stones have asked to change the venue for a concert in Belgrade to spare hundreds of horses a potentially traumatic experience.

Snuff and nonsense

IT'S NOT where most people would hope to spend eternity - up Keith Richards's nose - but in an interview with NME the Rolling Stones' lead guitarist suggested that this was the unfortunate fate that befell his father Bert: Richards cut his ashes with cocaine and snorted them.

Rolling Stones' death inquest call

CALLS have been made for a new inquest into the death of former Rolling Stones guitarist Brian Jones and for his body to be exhumed.

Star investigated for smoking ban 'breach' at gig

AN INVESTIGATION has begun into whether Rolling Stone Keith Richards broke Scotland's smoking ban during a gig at Hampden Park on Friday.

Probe after Smoking Stone lights up at Hampden

YOU can't always get what you want - not even a cigarette at Hampden Park. Keith Richards, the legendary Rolling Stones guitarist, may have fallen foul of Scotland's smoking ban after lighting up on stage in Glasgow.

Stones cancel

THE Rolling Stones cancelled their concert in Valladolid, Spain, yesterday after Mick Jagger developed laryngitis.

£35,000 for Stones guitar? No thanks..

FRANCO MARTONE thought he had landed a bargain when a paid £9100 for a piece of rock history at a charity auction.

Stones fans sure to get satisfaction from photos

LONG-LOST images of The Rolling Stones at their first ever photoshoot are to get top billing at a West End gallery this summer.

Stones pull out

THE Rolling Stones have postponed indefinitely two concerts scheduled for Paris next month.

Rolling Stone 'doing well' after surgery

KEITH Richards, the Rolling Stones guitarist, was described as "doing very well" after surgery in New Zealand to relieve pressure on his brain.

Stones wild man Keith hurts head in tree fall

VETERAN rocker Keith Richards was last night recovering from the effects of being out of his tree.

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