Charlie Watts dies aged 80
Charlie Watts, a popular and amazing drummer of the legendary rock’n’roll band of British, who was died at the age of eighty on Tuesday, said by his publicist. The Publicist of Charlie Watte, Bernard Doherty, said that with immense sadness that we are announcing our beloved Charlie peacefully passed away earlier today in the hospital in London surrounded by his loved ones and family. Charlie Watts dies aged 80
About Charles Robert Watts
|Charles Robert Watts|
Full Name Charles Robert Watts
Date of Birth 2 June 1941
Birth Place Bloomsbury, London, EnglandOriginWembley, Middlesex, England
Active Years in Profession 1959–2021
Charlie Robert Watts was an English musician who was born on 2 June 1941 who has successfully managed to achieve international fame from 1963 to 2021 as the Rolling Stones Drummer. He was one of the main members of the band alongside guitarist Keith Richards and vocalist Mick Jagger.
Professionally qualified as a graphic artist
He was professionally and originally qualified as a graphic artist who developed his interest at a very young age in Jazz and decided to join the very first band as a newbie professional in the band named Blues Incorporated. Watts started playing drums in blues and rhythm clubs in London, where he engaged with his future bandmates Brian Jones, Richards, and Jagger.
In 1963, he decided to make certain changes as drummer by deciding to leave the Blues Incorporated and joining Rolling Stones band. Charlie was seen as the confirmed member in public by making an appearance with the whole team in February 1963 and never leave that group until his death. Aside from his drumming career, Charlie also toured with his self-made group named Charlie Watts Quinet and was seen at Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London.
Tribute by Numrous Stars
At the death of their very beloved Charlie, his band members decided to pay tribute, and the band members are Richards, Jagger, and Wood. Various other rocking classic musicians and celebrities paid tribute to Charlie that including Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Brian Wilson, Bryan Adams, Elton John, Dhani Harrison, and Brian May, a whole member of U2, Pete Townshend. Queen drummers also gave the tribute, including Kenney Jones, Questlove, Roger Taylor, and Chad Smith.
In the year 1989, Charlie was inducted into the Hall of fame of Rock and Roll and into the Hall of Fame in UK music with the entire band Rolling Stones in 2004. He is also known as one of the amazing, greatest, and talented drummers of all time.
Charlie Watts is also known for his dressing style, and that’s why Daily Telegraph named him as one of the best-dressed men in the world. Even Vanity Fair also elected Charlie Watts in the year 2006 into the International hall of fame list as the best-Dressed man in the industry.
At the death of their very beloved Charlie, his band members decided to paid tribute, and the band members are Richards, Jagger, and Wood. Various other rocking classic musicians and celebrities paid tribute to Charlie that includes Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Liam Gallagher, Brian Wilson, Bryan Adams, Elton John, Dhani Harrison, and Brian May, a whole member of U2, Pete Townshend. Queen drummers also gave the tribute, including Kenney Jones, Questlove, Roger Taylor, and Chad Smith.
The Official website of Rolling Stones even decided to replace the picture as Charlie’s single picture on his death and for two days more in his memory and as a tribute. The fans have also seemed upset when they hear the announcement from Publicist of Charlie Watte, Bernard Doherty, about passing away. The legend may leave the world but managed to leave his existence in the heart of people.