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Keef Chronicles: The Keith Richards Reader

August 2, 2012


Last June, a funny thing happened: two people got together for dinner. One was a former U.S. President, state governor, law school graduate and general all-around “doer of good deeds” who has dedicated his life, with a few notable transgressions, to public service. The other was a former junkie of spectacular notoriety, founding member of […]

Keef Chronicles: Leggo My Limo

November 1, 2011


Cleveland 1973 Impressed with the contemporary aesthetic pioneered by the new Swingos Hotel in Cleveland, a luxury hostel that caters specifically to the decadent depravity of the touring rock and roll musician, Keith purchases four Cadillac Fleetwoods at auction and opens up his own Cleveland limousine service as a complementary venture. Christened, with typical ’70s […]

Keef Chronicles: Man in the Ray Charles Glasses

October 28, 2011


Toronto 1972 Ray Charles is a man who enjoys the finer things in life. A nice suit, a good beaujolais, some fancy wheels. He’s also a man who very much likes to save money. Sitting in his dressing room backstage during the Canadian leg of the Rolling Stones’ 1972 tour, Ray Charles is pondering a […]