Charlie Watts Latest News: Full Biography, Net Worth, Rolling Stones, Wife and More

Charles Watts is an English drummer, popularly known as one of the key member of the Rolling Stones since 1963.

Actually trained as a graphic artist, Charles began playing drums in London’s (UK) rhythm & blues clubs, where he met Mick Jagger, Brian Jones, and Keith Richards.

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Charlie Watts Full Biography

Name: Charles Watts

Full Name: Charles Robert Watts

Birth/Born: 2 June 1941 (age 80 years), Kingsbury, United Kingdom

Spouse: Shirley Ann Shepherd (m. 1964)

Music groups: The Rolling Stones (Since 1963), Rocket 88, Alexis Korner’s Blues Incorporated, The ABC&D Of Boogie Woogie

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Children: Seraphina Watts

Parents: Charles Watts, Lilian Watts

Charlie Watts Net Worth

Net Worth: $200 Million till 2020, as per MoneyInc update

Charlie Watts Rolling Stones Updates

Here are the list of top 10 best songs of Chalie Watts

1. ‘Get Off of My Cloud’

From: ‘December’s Children (And Everybody’s)’ (1965)

2. ‘Honky Tonk Women’

Single, 1969

3. ‘Paint It, Black’

From: ‘Aftermath’ (1966)

4. ‘Tumbling Dice’

From: ‘Exile on Main St.’ (1972)

5. ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’

From: ‘Out of Our Heads’ (1965)

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6. ‘Beast of Burden’

From: ‘Some Girls’ (1978)

7. ‘Gimme Shelter’

From: ‘Let It Bleed’ (1969)

8. ‘Undercover of the Night’

From: ‘Undercover’ (1983)

9. ’19th Nervous Breakdown’

Single, 1966

10. ‘Moon Is Up’

From: ‘Voodoo Lounge’ (1994)

Charlie Watts FAQs

1. How much is Charlie Watts worth?

A. $200 Million till 2020, as per MoneyInc update

2. How long has Charlie Watts been married?

A. 56 years as on 2020. On 14th October 1964, Charlie Watts married Shirley Ann Shepherd (d.o.b. 11th September 1938).

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3. Does Charlie Watts still tour with the Stones?

A. Yes. He still tour with Rolling Stones.

4. How tall is Charlie Watts?

A. 1.73 m / 5′ 6” (5 feet 6 inches)

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