Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies at age 80
LONDON — Charlie Watts, the self-effacing and unshakeable Rolling Stones drummer who helped anchor one of rock’s greatest rhythm sections and used his “day job” to support his enduring love of jazz, has died, according to his publicist. He was 80. Bernard Doherty said Tuesday that Watts “passed away peacefully in a London hospital earlier today surrounded by his family.” “Charlie was a cherished husband, father and grandfather and also as a member of The Rolling Stones one of the greatest drummers of his generation,” Doherty said. Watts had announced he would not tour with the Stones in 2021because of an undefined health issue.
© Sipa Charlie Watts, the drummer of the Rolling Stones died at the age of 80
Charlie Watts, the musician of the iconic Rock Group died this Tuesday in London at the age of 80. He had been operated in early August and announced his withdrawal from the American Tour of the Rolling Stones.
The drummer of the Rolling Stones, Charlie Watts, died Tuesday in London at the age of 80, announced his agent Bernard Doherty, deploring the disappearance of " one of the largest drummers of his generation" . " It is with immense sadness that we announce the death of our dear Charlie Watts ," said his agent in a statement, stating that he was " peacefully died in a London hospital earlier in the day, surrounded by his family ".
Ronnie Wood honors Charlie Watts: "I'll miss you. You are the best "
of the Rolling Stones guitarist says goodbye to the beloved, deceased drummer © provided by www.rollingstone.de charlie watts The rolling stones guitarist says goodbye to the loved, deceased drummer on Twitter has Ronnie Wood of his deceased band colleague Charlie Watts thought. The drummer of Rolling Stones died on Tuesday (24 August) at the age of 80 years. The cause of death is still unknown. The photo shows the rhythm guitarist and the drummer smiling as you look at the camera.
The drummer was one of the oldest members of the Rolling Stones
in early August, the musician spokesman had announced that he would not participate in the group's US tour in the fall For medical reasons. " Charlie suffered a successful intervention, but his doctors feel that he needs rest ," said his spokesperson, without further details. " A few weeks rehearsals, it's disappointing, it's the least we can say, but it must be said that it is something that no one has seen come ," he added. The drummer, who had celebrated his 80 years in June, was a member of the Rolling Stones since 1963. With the leader Mick Jagger and Guitarist Keith Richards, Charlie Watts was one of the oldest members of the famous rock band, who saw scroll Mick Taylor, Ronnie Wood or Bill Wyman.
The Rolling Stones will be Charlie Watts on the Stage Tribut Taschen
The Rolling Stones "will pay Charlie Watts on stage tribute when you continue your tour next month." This reports the "The Sun" , citing a non-named source. The British musician died on Tuesday at the age of 80 years. © Imago / MediaPunch The Rolling Stones (V.L.): Ronnie Wood, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and not in the picture Keith Richards. appearances on September 26 in St.
Charlie Watts had defeated
throat cancer in 2004, Charlie Watts had been treated for throat cancer at the Royal Marsden Hospital of London, of which he had returned after four months of struggle, including six weeks of Intensive radiotherapy. " Charlie was a very appreciated husband, a father and grandfather, as a member of the Rolling Stones, one of the largest drummers of his generation ," said Bernard Doherty. " We ask that the intimacy of his family, members of the group and his close friends be respected at these difficult moments ," added his spokesman.
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The Rolling Stones devote first concert deceased Charlie Watts .
Sänger Mick Jagger (78) has recalled the first live performance of the Rolling Stones since its death with emotional words at the longtime drummer Charlie Watts (1941-2021). To see is the scene in a video clip, the Jagger published on Instagram . © Everett Collection / Shutterstock.com The Rolling Stones are now only from Mick Jagger (V.L.), Ron Wood and Keith Richards.