Rolling Stones' Keith Richards Sometimes Feels Immortal On Stage

12/07/2016
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Rolling Stones

(Radio.com) At 72 years old, it would make sense if once and a while Keith Richards didn't feel the kind of energy he once did on stage. But, in fact, it's quite the opposite for the Rolling Stones legend.

In a new CBS Sunday Morning feature that aired on December 4th, Richards opens up about his everlasting enthusiasm for playing music. "I can't imagine not being enthusiastic about it," he says.

"And as long as I've got the guys, a solid group of guys around me that feel the same way - then I start to feel immortal for a little while. On stage, sometimes, I feel immortal." Read more here.

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