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The legendary guitarist Keith Richards one -- of my next guest without the continuity that chuck brings to us the stones would not be the stones.
Please welcome my friend chuck Lavelle chuck.
-- -- Almost thirty years -- that we've read some incredible stories.
Is a little friction sometimes it goes on -- -- and Keith Richards from the latest book on it.
Alluded to that well you know yes and that's and that's a healthy thing you know Keith likes to say that it you can't make that.
-- pearl without a little sand in the -- so you know I think it's a healthy tension that goes on from time to time.
It's an amazing story these guys started out it's so long ago when no one would have ever imagined it and still rock and in their late sixties and they still -- making some of the most amazing music.
Was the biggest surprise that most of us would have.
About backstage and on tour was Rolling Stones.
Well it's a lot of fun governor I can tell you that that's not a big surprise -- is it.
You know I think if there's a surprise as the work -- that the band has you know we -- very hard at this American Keith it's not easy to -- all those songs in the body of work out as you know is just phenomenal it is so it takes a lot of work and effort to do this and a lot of people -- going to just get up on the stage -- this all lovely isn't it enough.
But it takes a lot of work out when I've seen the stones in concert that thing didn't amaze me most after all those years they were still given it.
Everything they had as if it was their first time and they were fighting to make out audience -- them.
And that to me is that the mark of true greatness of an artist as -- a summit in just males and -- says they're gonna come see me no matter what.
Right well you're absolutely right you know if if you don't do that you shouldn't be up there and that's the philosophy and the band always gives a 14050000%.
What amazes me about you is that you're you're a musician that we know US but you're also one of the leading conservationist of the country.
And a go to guy for the EPA in the Interior Department you've got a book called growing a better America what is the key what is it we need to be doing and an asset for long time.
Conservatives ought to be natural conservationist.
We should all be natural conservationist no matter on what side of the -- -- you're on what's your walk of life -- -- The theme of the book is Smart growth a governor we've got 310 million people in this country now we're gonna have 400 million somewhere around 2040 and this is a tremendous amount of pressure.
On our natural lands are natural resources.
And so is -- now I did a good time for us to really think about how we're going.
To grow forward because we're going to have the -- so we get into transportation issues energy issues we get into concepts like bio -- -- Which is the study of nature.
To learn how we can better do things for mankind we get into industrial Cenveo -- And a lot of other concepts and words for those of you who have no idea what all it means you can go to him in in Ian -- -- dot com get a lot more information but.
We -- bring Chuck -- just talk about his book although that's pretty good stuff.
We -- little stones music far -- as we close out with.
Tumbling dice great thanks governor appreciate you mentioning how mother nature network Eminem dot com been -- great website and a great book.
Thank you so much all right don't -- already.
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