You can’t always get what you want — unless, of course, what you want is new music from the Rolling Stones. Keith Richards, the longtime guitarist for the legendary English rock group, revealed Monday the Stones will head into the studio to record original music “very, very shortly,” the first time they’ll do so since 2005. “(We’re) cutting some new stuff and considering where to take it next,” Richards said in a fan Q&A video. The rocker, 73, explained it was the success of the group’s 2016 blues covers album “Blue & Lonesome” that inspired the new tracks. But rest assured, the new album will be original. “‘Blue & Lonesome’ caught us a little bit by surprise in that we figured that it was something we had to do, but we didn’t expect the response that it got,” Richards said. “It almost leads one into the inevitable volume two, but I don’t think we’re gonna sucker into that straightaway. But then, it wouldn’t take a twist of the arm to do some more of that. It’s such fun to record and there’s plenty more where that came from.” “Blue & Lonesome” was a hit for the group, and scored the… Read full this story
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