Before They Make Me Run: Keith Richards and the Bust That Saved The Rolling Stones

Before They Make Me Run, written by veteran Canadian music journalist Jason Schneider, is the first accurate chronicle of Keith Richards and The Rolling Stones’ darkest period, 1977 to 1979, from the bust in Toronto that led to heroin trafficking against Keith, to his exoneration after playing the most unexpected benefit concert in history. An essential addition to any Stones library. More

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About Jason Schneider

Jason Schneider has written the acclaimed Canadian music histories Have Not Been The Same (co-authored with Michael Barclay and Ian Jack) and Whispering Pines, as well as the novel 3,000 Miles. He is a former assistant editor at Canada's national music monthly, Exclaim!, and his work has also been published in Paste, The Word, American Songwriter, Relix, The Toronto Star and The Globe & Mail. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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