The members of the Rolling Stones paid tribute to the one who made the heart of the group beat since 1963. Charlie Watts died yesterday, "peacefully" in a London hospital.
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood, who officially joined in 1976, shared their grief.
A sorrow that cannot yet be expressed in words for the singer and guitarist of the group.
Mick Jagger posted a photo of Charlie Watts happy behind his drums.
Keith Richards posted on Instagram a snapshot of his friend's drum kit on a black background with a sign “closed” written on it, without further comment.
Ronnie Wood posted a photo of himself alongside Charlie Watts.
“I love you, dear fellow Gemini.
I will miss you deeply.
You are the best, ”he wrote in the caption.
An image and a comment that he also shared as a story.
The Rolling Stones site has been updated and now only displays one page: a photo of Charlie Watts on a black background, arms crossed, smiling and dressed in his usual class.
"We're gonna miss you man" Tributes fall after Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts dies