Rolling Stones Play First Show Without Charlie Watts

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The Rolling Stones have officially played their first gig without late drummer, Charlie Watts, who passed away last month. The Stones played a “warm-up” show, in preparation for their reinstated No Filter Tour. 

It was a private concert for Patriots owner Robert Kraft and his family featuring Steve Jordan now on drums.

For the first time since 2005, the Stones reportedly whipped out their classic, 19th Nervous Breakdown” and played an expanded version of Trouble’s A-Coming.”

The band’s No Filter Tour will resume on Sunday in St. Louis.

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