Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies at age 80

Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies at age 80

charlie watts widely regarded as one of the coolest men in rock during his nearly 60 years as a drummer with the rolling stones has died peacefully surrounded by his family in a london hospital at the age of 80. his spokesperson said on tuesday a member of one of the world’s most famous and iconic bands watts and the early lineup of mick jagger keith richards brian jones and bill wyman were at the forefront of rock’s british invasion of america in the 1960s the stones breaking records with multi-million dollar grossing global tours that continue to this day fellow rock superstar paul mccartney in a video posted to social media called watts’s death a huge blow to the stones elton john wrote quote a very sad day charlie watts was the ultimate drummer the most stylish of men and such brilliant company and sheryl crowe said a hero is gone no words a huge gaping hole in the universe watts recently pulled out of a 13-day us tour with the stones planned for september after undergoing an emergency procedure he had played drums on all of the rolling stones 30 albums and on every one of their tours
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Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies at age 80

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