THE ROLLING STONES Show(s) Must Go On!

THE ROLLING STONES go ahead with their planned US tour,
despite the passing of (coolest drummer ever) Charlie Watts.

They played a warm-up show last Monday. The concert was organized by
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and took place at Gillette Stadium
in Foxboro, MA
. It marked drummer Steve Jordan‘s debut, replacing Charlie.

At the show, Mick Jagger said at one point: “This is the first show of our 2021
tour, so this is it, this is the tryout. I must say though, at this point it’s a bit of a
poignant night for us because it’s our first tour in 59 years that we have done
without our lovely Charlie Watts. “We all miss Charlie so much. We miss him as
a band, we miss him as friends, on and off the stage.”

Coming dates…

CHARLIE WATTS – The Coolest Drummer In Rock History Passed Away

24 August 2021

CHARLIE WATTS, the coolest drummer ever in rock history passed away today,
he was 80. The quiet Stone with the poker face joined the band in 1963. He was
the only member of the legendary British rock band alongside Mick Jagger and
Keith Richards to have featured on all of their studio albums.

Earlier this month Watts announced he couldn’t play on the upcoming Stones
tour, as he had to “rest and recuperate” following medical problems.

Rest in peace.

One of his rare interviews. With NME in 2018. Big fun…

CHARLIE WATTS: History