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Kreps, Daniel (1 July 2022). " 'Official' Charlie Watts Biography, Authorized by Rolling Stones and Drummer's Family, on the Way". Rolling Stone . Retrieved 1 July 2022. Holton, Kate (24 August 2021). "Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies after tour pull out". Reuters. Archived from the original on 24 August 2021 . Retrieved 30 August 2021.

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Salewicz, Chris (24 August 2021). "Charlie Watts: Legendary drummer of the Rolling Stones". The Independent . Retrieved 24 August 2021. He had a sister, Linda. Interview with Stefania Tallini: Today Jazz is also many other things and jazz is full of beauty! October 24, 2023 Where India meets Jazz: Ramamurthy learned all of this as a child while growing up in the suburbs of New Jersey: Video, Photos October 30, 2023 a b Kakutani, Michiko (30 August 2021). "When Charlie Watts Finally Made It to New York City". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331 . Retrieved 31 August 2021. Grow, Kory (25 August 2021). "Questlove on the True Genius of Charlie Watts: 'Only Real Drummers Know' ". Rolling Stone . Retrieved 25 August 2021.

Greenfield, Robert (2002). S.T.P.: a journey through America with the Rolling Stones (1sted.). Cambridge, MA: Da Capo Press. ISBN 978-0-7867-3080-3. OCLC 812915250. Overhultz, Lauryn (24 August 2021). "Celebrities remember Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts: 'He is one of a kind' ". Fox News . Retrieved 4 November 2021. Charlie Watts (born 2 June 1941, Kingsbury, London, England; died 24 August 2021 in London, England) was an English drummer, best known as a member of The Rolling Stones, but over the years he also became involved in more jazz- and R&B-styled solo and side projects. Watts got his first drum kit in 1955. In 1961, he met Alexis Korner and became member of Blues Incorporated. In 1963, he joined The Rolling Stones. Watts played Gretsch drums. In the July 2006 issue of Modern Drummer magazine, Watts was voted into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame. Show more After leaving art school, he worked as a graphic designer for an advertising company called Charlie Daniels Studios, [14] and also played drums occasionally with local bands in coffee shops and clubs. He and Green began their musical careers together from 1958 to 1959, playing in a jazz band in Middlesex called the Jo Jones All Stars. [9] Watts initially found his transition to rhythm and blues puzzling: "I went into rhythm and blues. When they asked me to play, I didn't know what it was. I thought it meant Charlie Parker, played slow." [9] Charlie Watts". 25 August 2021. Archived from the original on 25 August 2021 . Retrieved 10 October 2021.

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Greatest Drummers of All Time". Rolling Stone. 31 March 2016. Archived from the original on 2 October 2016 . Retrieved 24 August 2021. a b Skinner, Tom (25 August 2021). "Ronnie Wood pays tribute to Charlie Watts: 'I will dearly miss you' ". NME. Archived from the original on 25 August 2021 . Retrieved 27 August 2021.On 5 August 2021, it was reported that Watts had elected to sit out the resumption of the U.S. No Filter Tour due to a heart surgery and that Steve Jordan would temporarily replace him on drums. [52] Death and tributes [ edit ] a b Thorpe, Vanessa (28 August 2021). "Rolling Stones share video tribute to Charlie Watts". The Guardian. Archived from the original on 28 August 2021 . Retrieved 31 August 2021. Savage, Mark (10 July 2023). "Charlie Watts' book collection to be auctioned". BBC News . Retrieved 10 July 2023. Graff, Gary (24 August 2021). "Charlie Watts Dead: Rolling Stones Drummer Was 80". Billboard . Retrieved 25 August 2021.

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