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Rolling stone drummer Charlie watts has died aged 80

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R.I.P Charlie, great drummer, love The Stones, also love his Jazz stuff

 

 

 

 

 

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Very sad news.

'Dan, name your top 3 bands'.

1. Rolling Stones.

2. Changes week

3. by week

I was lucky enough to see them live at the Don Valley bowl. 

RIP Mr Watts.

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Saw them three times at the old Don Valley Stadium, the first time was a red hot day and they were superb, heavy rain spoiled the next one and the third was all seater which took the edge off for me, as a band they were never less than superb and Charlie was the heartbeat that held them together, RIP Sir.

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sad  loss to a great drummer RIP charlie

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It's very sad.

 

I've seen the Rolling Stones x8 times, the first time being the Sheffield Gaumont in 1965 and the last time being Manchester in 2018. I bought their first album in 1963 - The Rolling Stones'.  Charlie was always there; records, TV shows, films - the end of an Era! However He will always live, all You have to do is put on an Album.

 

We'll always Love You Charlie - Thank You for Your contribution to the Art.  You are always in our Hearts!!!

 

Wazzie Worrall.....

 

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