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The Rolling Stones are reportedly forced to miss the funeral of their bandmate Charlie Watts due to COVID-19’s travel protocol.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood were unable to attend a small private ceremony in Devon, England last week. I’m stuck in Boston, Massachusetts, and I’m rehearsing a rescheduled world tour starting in Missouri on the 26th. According to the sun, September.
Watts died on August 24, almost three weeks after it was announced that he would not attend the next Stones Tour due to health problems associated with recent emergency surgery.
At the time, he insisted that his bandmates should find a replacement and tour without him, telling fans: There is another postponement or cancellation. That’s why I got my best friend Steve Jordan to replace me. “
According to sources, Watts’ funeral was a small, no-fuss event, at the request of late rockers.
A Stones spokesman has not yet confirmed the story of the sun.
COVID-19 prevented The Rolling Stones from attending Charlie Watts’ funeral: Report
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