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KEITH RICHARDS Apologizes To MICK JAGGER For Vasectomy Comment: Rolling Stone
Keith Richards has apologized publicly to Mick Jagger for joking in an interview that his Rolling Stones bandmate should get a vasectomy. 73-year-old Jagger and his girlfriend Melanie welcomed a child this past December, and in the interview, Richards said: “Mick’s a randy old bastard. It’s time for the snip—you can’t be a father at that age. Those poor kids!”
Now, Richards has tweeted: “I deeply regret the comments I made about Mick, which were completely out of line. I have of course apologized to him in person.”
Elsewhere in that interview, Richards promised Stones fans that a new album from the band will arrive, eventually.
GODSMACK Reveal New Album Details: Loudwire
Godsmack announced today that their seventh studio album will arrive on April 27th, titled When Legends Rise. Frontman Sully Erna has previously said that this next release is a sonic departure from past records, explaining: “From this point forward, we’re gonna try to reinvent our sound, our look, our stage show and come out with a brand new Godsmack.”
The brand new song “Bulletproof” can be heard below, and the artwork and tracklist for the album are posted here.
STONE TEMPLE PILOTS Documentary Is In Motion: WMMR.com
Kent Sevener, Executive Vice President of the Showtime network, said in an interview that a Stone Temple Pilots documentary is in the works. A release date has not been determined, but the project being in Showtime’s hands is a good sign; Some of their recent works include Eric Clapton: Life In 12 Bars and The Beach Boys: Making Pet Sounds.
STP’s self-titled album, featuring new vocalist Jeff Gutt, will be out March 16th, and they will join us at the MMRBQ in May.