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The Rolling Stones put on an energetic show as they perform in front of a huge crowd in Nashville

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The Rolling Stones gave an energetic performance as they took the stage Saturday night at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee.

The rockers – Sir Mick Jagger, 78, Keith Richards, 77, and Ronnie Wood, 74 – stopped in the musical city as part of the North American leg of their 2021 No Filter Tour.

The band wore typical flamboyant stage outfits, with Sir Mick wearing a gold and black shirt under a black and silver jacket with a paisley pattern.

Rock Legends: The Rolling Stones gave an energetic performance as they take the stage at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday night

He wore black skinny jeans and matching shoes as he jumped around in front of the crowd.

Ronnie wore a turquoise jacket over a purple and yellow shirt that he paired with black skinny jeans and a pair of monochrome sneakers.

And Keith wore a pink cap while wearing a multicolored patterned top as he played his baby blue and white guitar.

Shining stars: The rockers - Sir Mick Jagger, 78 (pictured), Keith Richards, 77, and Ronnie Wood, 74 - stopped in the musical city as part of their 2021 No Filter Tour

Shining stars: The rockers – Sir Mick Jagger, 78 (pictured), Keith Richards, 77, and Ronnie Wood, 74 – stopped in the musical city as part of their 2021 No Filter Tour

Sir Mick recently said he finds it “strange” to perform without Charlie Watts, who passed away on August 24 at the age of 80.

The Rolling Stones embarked on their North American tour earlier this month, but hitmaker Sympathy for the Devil admitted that he and his bandmates are still not used to being on stage without the late drummer, who passed away last month. .

Mick, who described his beloved bandmate as “the heartbeat of the group,” told SiriusXM DJ Howard Stern, “Every time we get together and rehearse now, we say, ‘Oh, Charlie would say this, then he would do that.”

In style: The band wore typically flamboyant stage outfits, with Sir Mick wearing a gold and black shirt under a black and silver jacket with a paisley pattern

In style: The band wore typically flamboyant stage outfits, with Sir Mick wearing a gold and black shirt under a black and silver jacket with a paisley pattern

Born to perform: Keith wore a pink beanie on his head while wearing a multicolored patterned top as he played his baby blue and white guitar

Born to perform: Keith wore a pink beanie on his head while wearing a multicolored patterned top as he played his baby blue and white guitar

Entertainer: Ronnie was seen wearing a turquoise jacket over a purple and yellow shirt which he paired with black skinny jeans and a pair of monochromatic sneakers

Entertainer: Ronnie was seen wearing a turquoise jacket over a purple and yellow shirt which he paired with black skinny jeans and a pair of monochromatic sneakers

An official cause of death has not been disclosed, but he suffered from a range of health problems in recent years, including being diagnosed with throat cancer in 2004.

“We’ve done so many shows with him and so many tours and so many recording sessions, it’s strange to be without him. And he said, when he was sick, he said, “You should just go ahead and do this tour. Don’t stop because of me.” So we did.’

The Paint It Black singer described Charlie as the “heartbeat” of the group.

Bittersweet: Sir Mick recently said he finds it 'strange' performing without Charlie Watts, who passed away on August 24 at the age of 80

Bittersweet: Sir Mick recently said he finds it ‘strange’ to perform without Charlie Watts, who passed away on August 24 at the age of 80

Greet Their Audience: The Rolling Stones performed in front of a huge crowd at Nissan Stadium in Nashville

Greet Their Audience: The Rolling Stones performed in front of a huge crowd at Nissan Stadium in Nashville

Gone but not forgotten: Mick described Charlie (pictured) as the 'heartbeat' of the group and said he was a pleasure to work with

Gone but not forgotten: Mick described Charlie (pictured) as the ‘heartbeat’ of the group and said he was a pleasure to work with

He said: ‘Charlie was the heartbeat of the band, and also a very stable personality. He was not to be disturbed. He was a very reliable person, not a diva – that’s the last thing you want in a drummer.’

And it’s not just onstage that Mick misses Charlie because they had many other shared passions.

He said: ‘I miss Charlie because he had a great sense of humor and we were also, off the band, hanging out a lot and having interesting times…

“We loved sports, we went to football, we went to cricket matches and we had other interests than music.”

The group opened their No Filter tour earlier this month with a special tribute to Charlie in St. Louis, with the show – previously postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic – marking the iconic band’s first public concert since Charlie’s death.

Close friends: Sir Mick said: 'Charlie was the heartbeat of the band and also a very stable personality.  He was not to be disturbed.  He was a very reliable person, was not a diva'

Close friends: Sir Mick said: ‘Charlie was the heartbeat of the band and also a very stable personality. He was not to be disturbed. He was a very reliable person, was not a diva’

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