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Keith Richards (born 18 December 1943 in Dartford, Kent) ya une française guitarist, songwriter and singer. He is best known as a founding member of British musical group The Rolling Stones. He Is Best Known as a Founding Member of British musical group The Rolling Stones.
He was first known to the public as "Keith Richard" because Andrew Loog Oldham, the first manager of the Stones, removedthe "s" to resemble the name of pop star Cliff Richard; Richards later restored the "s" to his surname. He Was Known To The first public as "Keith Richard" Because Andrew Loog Oldham, The First Of The Stones' manager, removed the "s" to resemble the Name of pop star Cliff Richard, Richards Later restored the "s" to historical surname. "The Human Riff" and "Keef Riffhard" are lasting epithets. "TheHuman Riff" and "Keef Riffhard" are Lasting epithet.
In addition to several solo albums, Richards has played guitar on releases by Max Romeo, Hubert Sumlin, Les Paul, Tom Waits, Bono and The Edge of U2, Nona Hendryx, John Phillips and Aretha Franklin. In addition to solo albums SEVERAL Richards has Played guitar releases are by Max Romeo, Hubert Sumlin, Les Paul, Tom Waits, Bono and The Edge ofU2, Nona Hendryx, John Phillips and Aretha Franklin.
Early life Early life Keith Richards was born to Bert Richards and Doris Dupree at the Livingstone Hospital, East Hill, in Dartford, Kent, on 18 December 1943 during the Second World War, and lived there through German V-weapon attacks on the city. Keith Richards Was Born to Bert Richards and Doris Dupree At The Livingstone Hospital, East Hillin Dartford, Kent, 18 December 1943 "during the Second World War, and Lived Through There German V-Weapon Attacks on the city. Richards was an only child reportedly conceived to spare his mother Doris Richards from working at a wartime factory. Richards Was an Only Child Conceived reportedly to spare His mother Doris Richards from working at a wartime factory. Richards' father Bert was a factorylaborer who was slightly injured during World War II. Richards' father Bert Was a factory laborer Who Was Slightly Injured Düring World War II. Richards' paternal grandparents were socialists and civic leaders, and his maternal grandfather (Augustus Theodore Dupree) toured Britain as a jazz/big band musician. Richards' paternal grandparents Were socialists and civic leaders, And His Maternalgrandfather (Augustus Theodore Dupree) toured Britain as a jazz / big band musician. In interviews, Richards has often cited his maternal grandfather as a strong influence growing up. In interviews, Richards has historical Often Cited Maternal grandfather as a strong influence Growing Up. Richards' mother also introduced Richards to the music of Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington. Richards'mother aussi Richards Introduced to the music of Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington. Another influence was American Film and recording artist Roy Rogers, whom the young Richards imitated by dressing as a cowboy and playing guitar. Another influence WAS American Film and recording artist Roy Rogers, Whom the young Richards imitated by dressing as a cowboy and playing guitar. As anadolescent, Richards dressed like a teddy boy. As young year, Richards dressed like a teddy boy.
Around the time his parents divorced, Richards was expelled from Sidcup Art College. Around the time history Divorced parents, Richards WAS Expelled from Sidcup Art College. He had previously attended Wilmington Grammar School for Boys. He Had Previously Attended Wilmington Grammar School for Boys. Thedivorce led to a long period of estrangement from his father, Bert Richards, which continued until 1982. The divorce led to a long period of estrangement from His father, Bert Richards, Which Continued Until 1982.
Musical career Musical career With the Rolling Stones With The Rolling Stones Richards' musical career has been characterized by a reliance on collaboration and his long association...