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The Rolling Stones guitarist, 75, showed his new maroon style on stage in Chicago

Paint it brown: Keith Richards, 75, takes the hair out when the Rolling Stones appear on stage again

  • Rolling Stones guitarist, 75, showed his new maroon style in Chicago
  • Richards, once known for his hedonistic lifestyle of heavy drinking and drug use, seemed to freshen up the rest of his gaze by dumping the bandana
  • He performed in London last year and was wearing a mane of white hair that has disappeared
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His flying gray locks were almost as good a fixture as his bandana and his wrinkles. But Keith Richards seems to want to distance himself from his image as an aging rocker – by dying his hair brown.

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The Rolling Stones guitarist, 75, showed his new maroon style on stage in Chicago when the band started the delayed final North American part of their No Filter tour.

The Rolling Stones guitarist, 75, showed his new maroon style on stage in Chicago

Last year's performance in London

Last year's performance in London

The Rolling Stones guitarist, 75, showed his new maroon style on stage in Chicago (left) when the band started the delayed final North American part of their No Filter tour. Right: performance in London last year

Richards, once known for his hedonistic lifestyle of heavy alcohol and drug use, even wanted to make the rest of his appearance more beautiful by dumping the bandana he wore on stage in London last year and putting on a smart brown leather jacket for the performances on Friday and Tuesday.

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The Stones comeback follows the cancellation of shows in the US and Canada after singer Mick Jagger underwent surgery in April to repair a heart valve. Sir Mick, who turns 76 next month, was recorded six weeks later while rehearsing for the tour.

And the band was clearly rejuvenated when their concerts in Chicago received rave reviews.

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