Quotes about Keith Richards

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People wanted me to become this cliched Keith Richards,

People wanted me to become this cliched Keith Richards, Iggy Pop character. I wasn’t expected to marry a beautiful wife and have kids.
Everything I know, I stole directly from Ace Frehley, Angus Young, and Keith Richards. That’s how you learn.
I love those Keith Richards solo records, but it’s not the Rolling Stones.
I want to play Keith Richards.
If you look at Keith Richards’ hands, from the Rolling Stones, they’re these gnarled, arthritic – it looks like people beat his hands with clubs. It’s amazing there’s so much character in his hands.
Tim Miller
Some musicians I know are incredible fathers. Like Keith Richards. A fantastic dad.
Jack Bruce
I always thought I looked kind of like Keith Richards, and sometimes I think I look like Michael Jackson in his mug shot. But as I think Keith Richards is pretty great-looking, I’m embracing that part of me.
We’ve never been, really, singers or performers. We are a little bit but we are not like Mick Jagger or Keith Richards or anyone like that.
I never wanted to be Keith Richards or Jimmy Page.
Captain Jack Sparrow is like a cross between Keith Richards and Pepe Le Pew.
I wish I didn’t care about what people thought as much as Keith Richards doesn’t care.
I know Mick Jagger wouldn’t tour without Keith Richards and call it the Rolling Stones.
If I told my 14-year-old self that I’d be hanging out with Keith Richards talking about records, my head would‘ve exploded.
I wanted to emulate music from America – young punks playing rock n’ roll is what it was. I read part of Keith Richards’ autobiography, and it was totally parallel with me, learning from American records.
Even when I was a kid, I always sort of identified myself with Keith Richards and Slash more than the singers of the bands.
I’ve been blessed. I grew up and played and worked and created with the Freddie Mercury, the Jimi Hendrix, the Keith Richards, the John Paul Jones of my generation.
I pull a lot of the stuff that I play off the rhythm tracks – and Keith Richards has been one of the main contributors to my inspirational playing.
Bobby Keys