Sometimes I wonder why this would be brought up on DFO. Let’s get back to talking about the flat ride and ufips!
I don't know what the point of the article was, or why it's relevant? As has been pointed out, The Sun is the UK equivalent of The National Enquirer.
Charlie's family had a small, private funeral and his bandmates were unable to attend. That's a news story? There are thousands of people who weren't able to attend their loved ones' funeral. And it said in the article they're planning a Celebration Of Life, so there it is. Charlie was a very private person. This is no doubt what he wanted - a small, very private funeral.
And most likely, even vaccinated, there is probably an insurance clause that prohibits non-essential travel. They've been here in Boston for several weeks and had quarantined before they started rehearsals. They're being very careful, as they should be. There's a lot of money at stake if they have to cancel this tour again. And at their ages, they should be careful and not take any risks.
They're playing a private show tonight at Gillette Stadium for the Kraft family, so there may be photos of Steve's ??????? drums.
You don't skip a funeral if you were not invited.Quite clearly it’s news when three of the most famous musicians in the world skip the funeral of their bandmate of more than 50 years … The Sun may be owned by Fox News magnate Rupert Murdoch, but this story isn’t inaccurate.