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Rolling Stones stars forced to miss Charlie Watts' funeral due to Covid-19 restrictions

showbiz gossip straight to your inbox with the Daily Star's FREE newsletterLegendary Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts was laid to rest without his rock and roll bandmates due to Covid-19 restrictionsThe low-key ceremony, which took place in Devon, was forced to take place without his bandmates, singer Mick Jagger, 78, and guitarists Keith Richards, 77, and Ronnie Wood, 74, who were in Boston rehearsing for their rescheduled world tour, which begins in Missouri on September 26.Watts, who joined the band in 1963, died soon after his shock announcement on August 5 that he was skipping the tour because of an unspecified medical procedure.A spokesman said at the time that he was “unlikely to be available for the resumption of the Rolling

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showbiz gossip straight to your inbox with the Daily Star's FREE newsletterLegendary Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts was laid to rest without his rock and roll bandmates due to Covid-19 restrictionsThe low-key ceremony, which took place in Devon, was forced to take place without his bandmates, singer Mick Jagger, 78, and guitarists Keith Richards, 77, and Ronnie Wood, 74, who were in Boston rehearsing for their rescheduled world tour, which begins in Missouri on September 26.Watts, who joined the band in 1963, died soon after his shock announcement on August 5 that he was skipping the tour because of an unspecified medical procedure.A spokesman said at the time that he was “unlikely to be available for the resumption of the Rolling
fuss-free character of the rocker, who died aged 80 on Aug. 24, just weeks after pulling out of the Stones’ US tour, The Sun said.It was so low-key it even went on without his bandmates, singer Mick Jagger, 78, and guitarists Keith Richards, 77, and Ronnie Wood, 74, who were in Boston rehearsing for their upcoming tour, the outlet said.The rockers were unable to fly home to their native England for the send-off because of COVID restrictions, the UK paper said, without specifying exactly why it kept them away.Instead, the iconic band plans to pay tribute to Watts in the way they know best — in concert, during the band’s “No Filter” tour, which starts in St.

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