The Rolling Stones perform first 2021 show in tribute to late drummer Charlie Watts

The Rolling Stones perform first 2021 show in tribute to late drummer Charlie Watts

The Rolling Stones played their first show of the year on Monday (September 20) at Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts, USA. The performance was held as part of a private party hosted by Patriots owner Robert Kraft, and saw the veteran rockers dedicating the show to their late drummer Charlie Watts.

The evening was the first time Mick Jagger and co. had performed since Watt’s death last month, serving as a “poignant” night for the band. During the concert, Jagger told the audience, “This is our first show of our 2021 tour, so this is it, it’s a try out, it’s the debut night for us.



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