Keith Richards says The Rolling Stones Want To Stay Together

Keith Richards told Rolling Stones that the remaining band members want to celebrate their 60th anniversary together

They will play two dates in the UK later this month while on tour in Spain

Richards told the Sun that life is just too interesting to die as a band

It was impossible to slack off on anything I wanted to do.

"I think the most important thing is that all the members in the band want to stay together," reflected the legendary guitarist

Richards had told Rolling Stone UK earlier this year that "you can't just leave The Rolling Stones"

In honor of the band's 60th anniversary, Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, Ian Stewart and Dick Taylor are embarking on the Sixty Tour

Later, Bill Wyman replaced Taylor on bass and Charlie Watts was added as drummer before Stewart was officially removed from the band for not fitting their image