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Charlie's Good Tonight Charlie Watts

Charlie's Good Tonight Charlie Watts

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Charlie's Good Tonight Charlie Watts

Featuring forewords from bandmates Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, this is the official and fully authorised biography of the world’s most revered and celebrated drummer.

Officially endorsed by The Rolling Stones, with new interviews with Mick, Keith and other key players.

Authorised by the Charlie Watts family and estate, and includes interviews with those closest to Charlie.

In mid-1962 the newly formed Rolling Stones are on the hunt for a permanent drummer. Their sights are set on Charlie Watts, a jazz musician already well-known within London’s rhythm and blues clubs. Fortunately for future Stones fans the world over, they persuade him to take on the job.

Once installed at the drum seat, Charlie would not miss a beat for the rest of his life. He was there throughout the swinging sixties as the Stones reached superstardom and for the well-documented debauchery of the 1970s, typified by the iconic album Exile on Main St. Battling his own demons by the eighties, Charlie emerged unscathed, cementing his reputation as the thoughtful, cultured but no less compelling counterpoint to his more raucous bandmates.

For almost 60 years – through all the band bust-ups, bereavements and changes in personnel both on stage and off – Charlie remained the rock at the heart of the Rolling Stones. At the same time, he was the antithesis of the rock-star archetype, an intensely private man who valued his family above all else.


Product Details:
  • Format:                     Trade Paperback
  • Publication Date:      21/09/2022
  • ISBN:                         9780008546342
  • Publisher:                  Harper Collins 
  • Country of Origin:     United Kingdom
  • Pages:                       368
  • RRP:                          $37.99
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