Sympathy for... Hergé
There will be riffs and rocking in Brussels today. After their wild performance at Amsterdam's Johan Cruyff Arena last Friday, the Rolling Stones will be performing at the King Baudoin Stadium. This is the perfect opportunity to listen to the band's great classics again - from Start me up to Miss you and (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction - but also to discover the latest revelations made by its members in the press over the last few days.
Keith Richards, the man with the guitar, chose De Morgen for this interview. In the columns of the 9th July edition, he talks about his lifelong musical tastes and his current cultural interests. In the course of this interview, he also mentions his passion for the arts. And although he says that he trained in drawing techniques at Art College when he was younger, it is above all his admiration for two great masters that he shares with the readers of the Dutch-language Belgian daily: "Of course, there is no artist more beautiful than Caravaggio, but I also like simpler works. Beautiful illustrations or comics. Hergé's comics, for example. Like Tintin".
Harrock'n'roll, isn't it?