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Rolling Stones Drummer Charlie Watts Plays ‘Air Drums’ in This Qurantine Season

There are efforts going all around the world to help people who are facing problems due to coronavirus. Efforts are being made by the music industry also to raise money and help those who are suffering due to coronavirus or lockdown. “One World: Together At Home” concert was an example of such effort that was aimed to help the coronavirus sufferer.

It was a concert that attracted viewers from all over the who tuned in to extend their support for healthcare and frontline workers. World’s biggest stars came together for one concert and on one platform to extend their support.

About the fans reaction:

The concert offered many memorable performances including the performance by The Rolling Stones the legendary rock group which came together virtually after so many years to perform 1968 hit “You Can’t Always Get What You Want”. People were amazed to see the band reunite virtually to perform after so many years. The performance made the fans talking on twitter about the performance, the centre of discussion was drummer Charlie Watts who despite the lack of a drum kit joined his bandmates. Charlie Watts performing despite lack of a set of drums at his house gathered a lot of appreciation from the fan.

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He smiled all the time during his performance and performed freely. One of the fan @NickBromberg tweeted jokingly that “Very much enjoying that Charlie Watts spent his entire life as the drummer for The Rolling Stones and apparently doesn’t have a set of drums in his house,”. One of the users explained it as “the greatest thing” ever seen. Some of them went one step further and hilariously offered to raise money to buy drums for Charlie Watts. Some of them also compared him playing his chair during the show as best work from home.

Who organised the event:

The concert featured artists like Andrea Bocelli, Billie Eilish, Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day, Chris Martin, David Beckham, Oprah and Kerry Washington and was hosted by Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, and Stephen Colbert. World Health Organization organised a press conference with Lady Gaga on April 6 to announce about the event.

The event ‘One World: Together At Home’ was described as a chance to unite people, providing entertainment to the at-home audience and also support the organisation who are at the front line of the fight against pandemic.

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