Drummer Charlie Watts likely to miss Rolling Stones' tour

LOS ANGELES -- Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts will likely miss the band's upcoming U.S. tour to allow him to recover from an unspecified medical procedure.

A spokesperson for the musician said the procedure was "completely successful" but that Watts needs time to recuperate.

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