No Socialising For The Stones

Bandmembers of the ROLLING STONES have stopped socialising with each other, according to the group's guitarist KEITH RICHARDS. The axeman, 63, admits the rockers have grown tired of each other's company on a personal level after over 40 years together. Richards says of drummer Charlie Watts, "Sometimes in the evening he passes me in my room and says good evening. "But I wouldn't ever go near his room - he wouldn't tolerate a pig like me. We see each other during rehearsals. "At the moment we spend up to 10 hours a day together. When the tours are finished, we get out of the place."


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