Get well soon, Keef!!

Richards to undergo brain surgery
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards will undergo brain surgery after a concussion suffered following his fall from a coconut tree in Fiji last week proved to be a brain hemorrhage, reports.
Surgeons are planning to drill a hole in the 62-year-old rocker’s skull in order to drain blood out of his brain.
Following his fall in Fiji, Richards was transported to a hospital in New Zealand, where he was originally diagnosed with a mild concussion. After Richards continued to suffer from a dull headache, it was concluded that he had a small hemorrhage.
Richards is expected to make a full recovery but it is unclear whether he will be able to perform with the Stones, who will resume their “A Bigger Bang” world tour in a few weeks.