original post from Seth Godin
Keith Richards tells a great story about Charlie Watts, legendary drummer for the Stones.
After a night of drinking, Mick saw Charlie asleep and yelled, “Is that my drummer? Why don’t you get your arse down here?”
Richards continues, “Charlie got dressed in a Savile Row suit, tie, shoes, shaved, came down, grabbed him and went boom!
“Don’t ever call me ‘your drummer’ again. You’re my … singer.”
No drums, no Stones.
Who’s playing the drums in your shop?
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