Rolling Stones Kick Off U.S. Tour, Pay Tribute To Charlie Watts

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The Rolling Stones kicked off their No Filter U.S. tour in St. Louis over the weekend – and paid tribute to late drummer Charlie Watts.

The show began with a heartfelt video tribute to Watts as the band took the stage, before launching into “Street Fighting Man”.

Longtime friend of the band Steve Jordan – who got the go-ahead from Watts himself – is filling in on drums.

The No Filter tour travels to Charlotte, NC this week and wraps up Nov. 20th in Austin, TX.

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