Rolling Stones Pay Tribute To Charlie Watts At Private Club Show
Legendary rock band the Rolling Stones were rolling back the years on December 6, when the band performed for an audience of just 200 in memory of late drummer Charlie Watts. The concert was performed at Watt’s favorite jazz club, Ronnie Scott’s.
Along with the band mainstays Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, former members like bassist Bill Wyman, drummer Steve Jordan, Bernard Fowler and Lisa Fischer also joined the party with several other musicians to honor the late great.
The performance included hits like “Blues dor Charlie,” “Trouble in Mind,” and “Up Above My Head.” Near the end of the show, Jagger, Wood and Richards jammed the R&B classics “Shame, Shame, Shame” and “Down the Road Apiece.”
The Stones are rumored to be gearing up for a 60th anniversary tour across Europe in 2022, although nothing on the matter is confirmed.
(Photo: Klemens Riegler)
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