In a recent interview, legendary Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards revealed to the Goldmine magazine that the coronavirus pandemic has led him to “a more normal way of life.”

Richards said he has enjoyed calmer times following the pandemic halting the band’s live plans.

Responding to a question on whether he was scared of the virus, Richards said, “I’ve been in hiding, basically.”

“Hunkering down with the family and a few friends because we have to stay in a bubble, you know,” he continued. “I’ve been out to a restaurant with outdoor seating a couple times, but now it’s getting a bit chilly so we’re eating in. Thank God the wife’s a good cook, bless her heart!”

“I saw the garden grow – really quite unbelievable. I spent the whole summer actually admiring the garden and also doing a bit of gardening myself – watering the veggies and the stuff. I got into a more normal way of life, which is un-normal,” Richards added.

Earlier, in an interview with BBC News, Richards initially claimed that he “hadn’t even thought” about the Stones’ 60th anniversary before joking, “I don’t know [how I plan to celebrate]. I might get a new wheelchair.”

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