The Rolling Stones kicked off the latest leg of their “No Filter” tour on Sunday night in St. Louis, Missouri. On stage, the band paid tribute to late drummer Charlie Watts.
The show opened with a video montage of Charlie throughout his life, soundtracked by an isolated drum track. After the moving montage, the band took the stage to perform their 1968 anthem “Street Fighting Man.” After the second song, “It’s Only Rock N’ Roll,” Mick Jagger said a few words about Charlie to the crowd.
“I just want to say that it’s quite emotional seeing those images of Charlie up on the screen. This is our first tour that we’ve ever done without him,” he said, thanking fans for their support. “We all miss Charlie so much, on the stage and off the stage, and we’d love to dedicate this tour to Charlie. Here’s to you, Charlie!” Check out a clip below. (Photo: Getty Images Video: YouTube) Source:Variety