He was promoting his upcoming solo album, "Crosseyed Heart," which comes out on September 18.
But in the course of the interview, he had some pretty harsh things to say about rap music and heavy metal too.
Here are some excerpts, from Rolling Stone...
On rap: "What rap did that was impressive was to show there are so many tone-deaf people out there. All they need is a drum beat and somebody yelling over it and they're happy. There’s an enormous market for people who can't tell one note from another."
On heavy metal: "Millions are in love with Metallica and Black Sabbath. I just thought they were great jokes."
He even took a shot at the Beatles "Sgt. Peppers" album, calling it "a mishmash of rubbish..."
Here's the most amazing thing - that the interviewer was able to understand what he was saying. Keith is not known for giving the most intelligible interviews.
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Don't be embarrassed. We've ALL been there. But the next time you think you're about to have an emotional MELTDOWN at work, here are three things you can do that are more effective than screaming, or going to the bathroom to cry . . .
1. Use the Ten-Ten-Ten breathing method. Breathe in slowly for ten seconds . . . then out for ten seconds . . . and repeat it ten times. It takes almost three-and-a-half minutes, but that's kind of the point. It gives you enough time to reset.
2. Stare at something blue. Studies have shown that looking at the color blue, or touching something that's blue can have a calming effect, possibly because it reminds us of water.
3. Squeeze between the knuckles of your first two fingers. Meaning your pointer finger and your middle finger. Basically, you use your thumb to push down on the side of your middle finger where it meets your palm.
There's a pressure point there that's used in Eastern medicine to relieve stress, and apparently it can lower your blood pressure.
President Barack Obama has been busy this week, visiting the nation's 49th state and making some points about climate change in the process.
While in Alaska, he did some salmon fishing, taped a TV show with Bear Grylls, and visited some very remote spots - places they say no US President has visited before. It does not appear that he bumped into Sarah Palin at all - which would have been pretty darned intersting, don't ya think?
He's posting his own pictures to Instagram, and even videotaping his personal travelogue.
It's almost like he's auditioning for his own reality series.
I mean, he will be looking for something to do at the end of January, 2017.