Keith Richards seems like the guy who is hard to flap.
But apparently, he still gets a little nervy when thinking about the bands upcoming shows in London.
As the Rolling Stones prepares to play their first London gig in five years, he said he feels the nerves.
They last local show they played was in 2013 when they headlined two shows at Hyde Park.
Richards said of their June dates: Depending on the weather! It will be great, Im sure.
I mean, we started there, and they will probably be our most critical audience.
Playing your home town makes you nervous!
Alongside singer Mick Jagger, guitarist Ronnie Wood and drummer Charlie Watts, Richards will take to the stage on two dates in Stratford and Twickenham next month.
And despite being at it since the 60s, the guitarist has said the lot have no plans to retire from the stage.
He said: Its a habit! Its a lovely habit. Its one of the few I havent given up!
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Liam Gallagher will be joining the lads on stage as he supports them alongside Florence + The Machine, Elbow and James Bay.
The Rolling Stones will kick off the UK leg of their No Filter tour with two shows at the home ground of Premier League club West Ham United from Tuesday night.
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