The Rolling Stones are back onstage in Massachusetts for their first gig without the drummer, who died last month
by EB / CorriereTv
The band performed in front of an audience of about 300 people in what is the first concert without drummer Charlie Watts, who died at 80 on August 24th. An invitation-only concert held in Foxborough’s Massachusetts Gillette Stadium. “It’s a bit of a moving night for us because it’s the first tour in 59 years we’ve done without our lovely Charlie Watts,” Mick Jagger began: “We all miss Charlie so much. We miss him as a band, we miss him as a friend, on stage and off stage. We have so many memories of Charlie, and I’m sure some of you who have seen us before also have memories of Charlie. And I hope you remember him as we do, “he concluded, toasting Watts’ memory with a bottle of beer facing the audience.
September 23, 2021 – Updated September 23, 2021, 12:34
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