Charlie Watts: 'I laugh at Keith but talk with Mick in The Rolling Stones' (Q313 preview)
Charlie Watts has spoken about his relationship with the Jagger/Richards lynch-pin at the centre of The Rolling Stones in the new issue of Q.
Speaking as he talks us through the band's new Rolling Stones 50 photobook in Q313 - on sale now - the drummer admits he has a different connection with his singer and guitarist.
"My relationship with Keith is very good, but we don't do anymore than laugh at each other," explains Watts.
"I talk with Mick. Keith is very quiet. The image he puts over or people put on him, he's not like that at all. Or not very often. He's introverted and incredibly articulate, even when he was on a lot of junk. He's strong.
Get Q313 now for the full, career-spanning interview with Charlie Watts.
10:36 AM | 06/07/2012
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