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two basic, but impressive images document the mental state of the two Stones men who have lost their companion.
Two basic, but impressive images document the reflection of the two Stones men who have lost their companion.
with two expressive, yet basic images Mick Jagger and Keith RichardsThe cause of death
Jagger posted a photo of the laughing watt behind his drum kit. There he was most happy. Richards published a picture of the drumkit - without watts. For this with a shield that hangs in front of the drums: "closed".
Drummer Charlie Watts, Rolling Stones backbone, dies at 80
LONDON (AP) — Charlie Watts, the self-effacing and unshakeable Rolling Stones drummer who helped anchor one of rock’s greatest rhythm sections and used his “day job” to support his enduring love of jazz, has died, according to his publicist. He was 80. Bernard Doherty said Tuesday that Watts “passed away peacefully in a London hospital earlier today surrounded by his family.” “Charlie was a cherished husband, father and grandfather and also as a member of The Rolling Stones one of the greatest drummers of his generation,” Doherty said. Watts had announced he would not tour with the Stones in 2021 because of an undefined health issue.
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The Rolling Stones have paid tribute to Charlie Watts when they return on stage .
© Mario Anzuoni / Reuters Mick Jagger at a Pasadena Rose Bowl Concert in 2019. The Rolling Stones gave this Monday night 20 September The first concert of their new "No Filter" tour in Foxborough in Massachusetts. On this occasion, the group paid tribute to its former drummer Charlie Watts, died on August 24. For the first time in 59 years, Mick Jagger and Keith Richards are mounted on stage, Monday, September 20, without Charlie Watts .