Are the Rolling Stones Still (ALL) In Good Health? Pop Culture Music History

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As far as I know… Let’s see – Mick will be 68 this year… same with Keith Richards – both are fine.

Charlie Watts – the group’s eldest statesman (he’ll be 70 this year) once had throat cancer – but is OK.

The youngest member of the Stones is Ronnie Wood. He did stints in rehab for alcohol. That’s about it. Wood will be 64 this year.

Mr. Pop Culture Report For October 19… Keith Richards Doesn’t Like Mick Jagger… Goodbye Mr. C… A “10″ On The Andy Richter Scale… There’s No Stopping That Thing You’re On…

Yes, the worst Saturday Night Live TV season was 1980-1981. Looks like Joe Piscopo was the only one retained. See Ask Mr. Pop History.

New Keith Richards Book Out Later This Month…In it, Richards describes Mick Jagger as ‘unbearable’ in his autobiography titled, “Life,” in entries which lay bare their fraught relationship. The 66-year-old reveals his nicknames for Jagger are ‘Brenda’ and ‘Your Majesty’. Richards writes of the distance between the pair, saying: ‘I used to love Mick, but I haven’t been to his dressing room in 20 years. ‘Sometimes I think, “I miss my friend’. I wonder, ‘Where did he go?”‘ ‘It was the beginning of the Eighties when Mick started to become unbearable.’

Goodbye Mr. Cunningham – Passing – Tom Bosley, best known as Howard Cunningham on ‘Happy Days,’ has died at the age of 83. Bosley died in his home in Palm Springs after battling a staph infection.

Jimmy Vivino and the Basic Cable Band will be the house band for Conan O’Brien’s upcoming TBS show, the network announced Tuesday. Andy Richter re-teams with Conan O’Brien Vivino, the former associate music director, arranger, guitarist and vocalist for Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien and Late Night with Conan O’Brien, replaces Max Weinberg as bandleader for Conan. Weinberg, who served as bandleader on both of O’Brien’s previous shows for a total of 17 years, opted not to join Conan. Vivino’s brother is Floyd Vivino – New Jersey comedian.

According to a report out Tuesday, there will be 2 billion Web dwellers by the end of this year. The number of internet users worldwide has doubled in the past five years according to the report from the International Telecommunication Union. Much of the big number can be attributed to internet growth in developing countries. The report said 162 million of the 226 million new Internet users in 2010 will live in those countries, where Web access is still growing.