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写真 | 2021年 09月 28日 04:58 JST

Rolling Stones kick off first tour without drummer Charlie Watts

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones perform in St. Louis, Missouri, September 26, 2021. The Rolling Stones kicked off the U.S. leg of their "No Filter" tour on Sunday with a video tribute to their late drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August at the age of 80 after undergoing surgery for an unspecified condition.

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Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones perform in St. Louis, Missouri, September 26more

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood of The Rolling Stones perform in St. Louis, Missouri, September 26, 2021. The Rolling Stones kicked off the U.S. leg of their "No Filter" tour on Sunday with a video tribute to their late drummer Charlie Watts, who died in August at the age of 80 after undergoing surgery for an unspecified condition. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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The veteran British band, on their first tour since 1963 without Watts, displayed photos and video of him on huge projections at the St. Louis, Missouri, arena against a drum solo soundtrack.

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The veteran British band, on their first tour since 1963 without Watts, displayed photos and video of him on hmore

The veteran British band, on their first tour since 1963 without Watts, displayed photos and video of him on huge projections at the St. Louis, Missouri, arena against a drum solo soundtrack. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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As the crowd of some 60,000 shouted "Charlie," "Charlie," Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood bounded onto the stage for opening number "Street Fighting Man."

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As the crowd of some 60,000 shouted "Charlie," "Charlie," Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood bounded ontmore

As the crowd of some 60,000 shouted "Charlie," "Charlie," Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood bounded onto the stage for opening number "Street Fighting Man." REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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"It was quite emotional seeing those pictures of Charlie up on the screen. This is our first tour that we've ever done without him," said Jagger, holding hands onstage with Richards.

He thanked fans for their messages of support and tributes to Watts, saying the band had found them "really touching."

"We all miss Charlie so much both on the stage and off the stage," Jagger added.

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"It was quite emotional seeing those pictures of Charlie up on the screen. This is our first tour that we've emore

"It was quite emotional seeing those pictures of Charlie up on the screen. This is our first tour that we've ever done without him," said Jagger, holding hands onstage with Richards. He thanked fans for their messages of support and tributes to Watts, saying the band had found them "really touching." "We all miss Charlie so much both on the stage and off the stage," Jagger added. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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Keith Richards plays guitar. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Keith Richards plays guitar. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Keith Richards plays guitar. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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In St Louis on Sunday, Steve Jordan took the place of Watts on drums. Jordan had been announced in August as a temporary replacement for Watts, whom it was initially thought would return after needing time to recuperate.

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In St Louis on Sunday, Steve Jordan took the place of Watts on drums. Jordan had been announced in August as amore

In St Louis on Sunday, Steve Jordan took the place of Watts on drums. Jordan had been announced in August as a temporary replacement for Watts, whom it was initially thought would return after needing time to recuperate. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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A fan holds up his hand during the performance. The 13-date tour, which was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, ends in November and the band has been ambivalent about whether it will be their last.

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A fan holds up his hand during the performance. The 13-date tour, which was delayed because of the coronavirusmore

A fan holds up his hand during the performance. The 13-date tour, which was delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic, ends in November and the band has been ambivalent about whether it will be their last. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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A fan of The Rolling Stones shows off his tattoo in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

A fan of The Rolling Stones shows off his tattoo in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

A fan of The Rolling Stones shows off his tattoo in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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"I've been asked that question since I was 31," Jagger, 78, who had heart surgery in 2019, said in an interview last week when asked about whether this will be their last tour. "I don't know. I mean, anything could happen. You know, if things are good next year and everyone's feeling good about touring, I'm sure we'll do shows. I'm just trying to concentrate on this tour now."

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"I've been asked that question since I was 31," Jagger, 78, who had heart surgery in 2019, said in an interviemore

"I've been asked that question since I was 31," Jagger, 78, who had heart surgery in 2019, said in an interview last week when asked about whether this will be their last tour. "I don't know. I mean, anything could happen. You know, if things are good next year and everyone's feeling good about touring, I'm sure we'll do shows. I'm just trying to concentrate on this tour now." REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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Ronnie Woods plays guitar. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Ronnie Woods plays guitar. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Ronnie Woods plays guitar. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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A poster is displayed. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

A poster is displayed. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

A poster is displayed. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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The Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger claps. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

The Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger claps. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

The Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger claps. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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The Rolling Stones kick off their U.S. tour in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

The Rolling Stones kick off their U.S. tour in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

The Rolling Stones kick off their U.S. tour in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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Fans arrive in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Fans arrive in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Fans arrive in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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The Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger performs on stage. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

The Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger performs on stage. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

The Rolling Stones lead singer Mick Jagger performs on stage. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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Fans gather to attend The Rolling Stones U.S. tour kick off in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Fans gather to attend The Rolling Stones U.S. tour kick off in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant

Fans gather to attend The Rolling Stones U.S. tour kick off in St. Louis, Missouri. REUTERS/Lawrence Bryant
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