That means fans with Apple iOS devices, such as the iPad and iPhone, and Android smartphones can now have a fully interactive experience when visiting Richards’ website, just as if they are browsing the site from their personal computers.
The Rolling Stones co-founder and bandleader also recently announced that the band’s classic 1978 album “Some Girls” has been newly remastered for better sound quality. The repackaging reportedly includes numerous “lost” tracks that were recorded in the studio for what was originally intended to be a double album. (To listen to an interview with Richards about the release of the remastered edition on NPR, click here.)
Richards made headlines in November last year when he which climbed to the top of the New York Times bestseller list. Although the book does not specifically name his town of residence, it does make references about the "gentleman's life" Richards has led in his secluded, woodsy Connecticut home. The book also makes references to the Weston Public Schools, where his two children attend, and Devil’s Den Nature Preserve, which abuts his property — of course, without actually naming them, since Richards desires a reclusive life, part of the reason he moved to town in 1989.