Keith Richards: how he became everybody's favourite Rolling Stone
“That’s all I got,” croaks Keith Richards, stumbling to an abrupt conclusion of light-finger acoustic blues, Crosseyed Heart. But clearly, that is not all. For here he is again with an album of the same name: another warm, swampy and deeply groovy concoction of rock, blues, country and soul, full of romantic tenderness and hard-earned wisdom, delivered in a spirit of pure vintage class.
Anita Pallenberg, actress and friend to the Rolling Stones, dies aged 73
Anita Pallenberg, an actress and model known as an unofficial member of the Rolling Stones, has died aged 73.
The news was broken on social media by Pallenberg's friend, actress Stella Schnabel, who posted on Instagram: "I have never met a woman quite like you Anita". The cause of death has not been confirmed.
17 reasons Anita Pallenberg was the coolest girl in the world
The news that model, muse and actress Anita Pallenberg passed away on Tuesday this week has been met with sadness the world over.
The beautiful star was best known as the unofficial sixth Rolling Stone and long term partner of Keith Richards - but will be remembered for so much more. Pallenberg was the woman who influenced the Stones' lyrics and inspired a new generation of 'it girls' and models, including Kate Moss and Alexa Chung.
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'Dazzlingly, amazingly beautiful': Anita Pallenberg's friends on her inimitable style
‘Rock chick’, ‘It girl’, ‘muse’… these are just a handful of the descriptions used to encapsulate the unique power of Anita Pallenberg, the model, actress and designer who died this week. Her friend Pam Hogg says it better though. “Anita was a force, not just an incredible beauty, she lived her life to the full.”