'He was a beautiful human being:' Ringo Starr reveals he will miss the Rolling ...

'He was a beautiful human being:' Ringo Starr reveals he will miss the Rolling ...
'He was a beautiful human being:' Ringo Starr reveals he will miss the Rolling ...
'He was a beautiful human being:' Ringo Starr reveals he will miss the Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts as he recalls their days of wild partying together in the 70s

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Ringo Starr has paid tribute to the late Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts, who died last month aged 80 surrounded by his friends and family. 

'He was a beautiful human being,' The Beatles musician, 81, said of his fellow drummer as he recalled their days of wild partying together in the 70s.  

Speaking to MailOnline and other media to promote his new EP Change The World, Ringo said: 'Charlie was a great guy and a lot of fun and he had a harder band than I did to keep together.' 

'He was a beautiful human being': Ringo Starr has paid tribute to the late Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts and recalled their days of wild partying together in the 70s (pictured in 2019)

'He was a beautiful human being': Ringo Starr has paid tribute to the late Rolling Stones' drummer Charlie Watts and recalled their days of wild partying together in the 70s (pictured in 2019) 

Looking back fondly on one memorable night with Charlie and Led Zeppelin's John Bonham, Ringo said: 'I had a party in the 70s and I had a drum kit up in the attic.

'Charlie came and so did John Bonham and so we’ve got three drummers just hanging out and Bonham got on the kit. 

'But because it wasn’t like when you’re on stage and you nail them down so

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