Charles Robert "Charlie" Watts, the rock-steady, iconic drummer of the Rolling Stones has passed away, aged 80.
58 years in one of the longest lasting, hardest rocking bands around. Repeatedly chosen as one of the world's best dressed men. Praised by almost everyone as a drummer that did exactly what was needed, no more, but never less.
And of course, the guy that nearly punched Mick Jagger out a window.
Rest well, Mr. Watts.
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