Charlie Watts was...

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Paul Ringstrom
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Charlie Watts was...

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Late Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts was a Frank Lloyd Wright admirer
Charlie Watts, jazz aficionado, Pentagram alum, and “heartbeat” of the Rolling Stones, died yesterday in London at the age of 80. As noted by Twitter user Library School Dropout, the legendary English drummer appeared to be something of a Frank Lloyd Wright fan, touring multiple Wright-designed homes including Fallingwater, the Hollyhock House, and the Darwin Martin House in Buffalo, where he was joined by bandmate Mick Jagger, while on tour in the United States.

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