Charlie Watts was an English drummer, best known as one of the members of the famous and ageless rock 'n' roll band, the Rolling Stones. He started playing drums with several blues and rock bands in London before joining the Rolling Stones in 1963. The initial line-up of the band included Mick Jagger in lead vocals and harmonica, Keith Richards in guitar, Brian Jones in guitar and harmonica among others. Charlie Watts remained a member of the band till till bis death in 2021. Apart from being a drummer, Watts was a trained graphic artist and made contributions as a designer for the group’s tour stages and album liners. Beggars Banquet, Exile on Main Street and Bridges to Babylon are some of the many hits of the band. Besides being associated with the‘Rolling Stones, he released many albums with his own group, Charlie Watts Quintet, that include Warm And Tender, Long Ago and Far Away, and A Tribute to Charlie Parker with Strings. He was also a remarkable jazz musician and performed in the famous Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London with the group Charlie Watts Tentet. The reader’s poll of the monthly publication Modern Drummer voted him into the Modern Drummer Hall of Fame, in 2006. The same year he was inducted in the International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame as well.