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Kenos Rolling Stones Page: What's It All About?


Keno.org is a website created by a big fan of rock music. Keno has sites devoted to classic rock and roll, John Lennon, Hound Dog Taylor and The Rolling Stones. I recently heard about Kenos Rolling Stones Page and since I love the band, I decided to check it out for myself.

Upon first visit to Kenos Rolling Stones Page, the viewer is greeted with both vintage and current photos of the band, as well as an explanation of why the website was started. Keno states that he wants to communicate and have fun with other Rolling Stones fans through the message boards and other functions of the site.

Kenos Rolling Stones Page includes a very comprehensive and accurate lyrics page, which covers every Rolling Stones song I could think of. There's also a Stones weekly poll for users of the site. This week's question was, "What is your least favorite song on Voodoo Lounge?" A newer feature of the site is the Top Stones Pick Lists, which was a very interesting page for me.

It tabulates the results from an ongoing poll on the site and lists the top five favorite Stones songs, as well as favorite songs from each album and many other categories. I was delighted to see that the results of the best Stones cover song was "Time Is On My Side" because it's one of my favorite songs, and I also agreed with the reader's assertion that "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" is the most overrated Rolling Stones song.

Under the "Album Ratings and Reviews" section of Kenos Rolling Stone Page, he has reviews and ratings of twenty seven different albums. It's very interesting to read his personal opinions on each of the albums. My favorite review was the one of the album "Sticky Fingers."

On the "It's a Gas, Gas, Gas" Message Board are many dedicated and amusing fans of The Rolling Stones who are able to converse with each other and share their opinions on a variety of subjects relating to The Rolling Stones. Keno also has Stones News and Tour Info, which includes concert dates and tickets info, as well as four different picture galleries which are very interesting to look at.

All in all, Kenos Rolling Stones Page is a very well put together, well researched site that has an incredible amount of information regarding The Rolling Stones. Keno is obviously a huge fan of the Stones, with a very emotional connection to the band, and it's very enjoyable as a Stones fan to read his opinions and visit his website.

 

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