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AFTER their hugely successful BST Hyde Park gig, Keith Richards of The Rolling Stones insisted that the band wish to stay together for the foreseeable future insisting that “life is just too interesting to die”. In fact, going on stage has saved Richards life in more than one way, as after the loss of his son Tara back in 1979, Richards was thrown into a deep depression.

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