Keith Richards will Live Forever

"I’ll Write All Your Epitaphs!"

By Tim Staskiewicz

It was a busy weekend for rocker Keith Richards. The 72-year-old Rolling Stones legend took over the UK’s BBC Four television network for a three-night special broadcast entitled Keith Richards’ Lost Weekend.

Related: Keith Richards Says Beatles Concerts ‘Were Never Quite There’

In between hand picking his own favorite television programs to air and creating a soundtrack for the weekend, Richards took to Twitter to discuss his own mortality.

“I was number one on the who-is-most-likely-to-die list for 10 years,” Richards tweeted. “I was really disappointed when I fell of the list!”

Since falling off the list and staying out of the death pool, Keith has begun to believe in immortality.

“Some doctor told me I had six months to live and I went to his funeral,” Keith said in another Tweet. “I’ll write all your epitaphs!”

Read the full story now on 100.7 WZLX, and see Keith’s tweets below.


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