The Rolling Stones pay tribute to Charlie Watts in an exclusive concert with only 200 attendees –

December 9, 2021 6:06 pm
published by Drafting

No more than 200 guests had the honor and pleasure of enjoying an exclusive performance by The Rolling Stones that organized the family of Charlie Watts, with her granddaughter Charlotte in front, the night of December 6 at a small London club to honor the memory of the legendary drummer of the band.

Steve Jordan he returned to act as a drummer after the mythical Mick Jagger, Keith Richards y Ron Wood, who were joined by the singers Bernard Fowler y Lisa Fischer, the saxophone of Tim Ries, Dave Green on the bass, and the pianists Ben Waters, Axel Zwingenberger y Jools Holland. Whoever was a bass player for the Stones Bill Wyman, He was among the guests, although it has been reported that he did not perform with his former colleagues.

The song that was chosen as the opening of the performance was the “Blues for Charlie” of the aforementioned saxophonist, who were joined “Trouble in Mind” and the gospel tone of “Un Above My Head” with Fischer and Fowler as lead vocals, while the last bars were for classics like “Shame, Shame, Shame” Y “Down the Road Apiece”.

Tour over ‘No Filter’, not without some criticism for carry on without charlie, rumors have arisen about the possibility that the band may consider celebrating their 60th anniversary with a new tour, something that drummer Steve Jordan suggested recently in the magazine Rolling Stone: “As a Stones fan, I would like to say that you have to do a 60th anniversary tour, but they really have to see how they feel about it knowing that their 59-year career partner is not going to be with them. an easy decision, the way I see it. It’s not just that you miss Charlie as a musician and partner, he was a great guy, a great person. A mediator of many different energies. Beyond music, they should miss him I miss tremendously. “


Latest Editorial Entries (see everything)

We wish to say thanks to the author of this write-up for this incredible content

The Rolling Stones pay tribute to Charlie Watts in an exclusive concert with only 200 attendees –