Nandi Bushel has served a single multi-instrumental loop cover of the Rolling Stones classic “Game Shelter” in honor of the band’s late drummer, Charlie Watts, on her YouTube channel. Watts died in August at the age of 80.
“This cover is for Charlie Watts,” Bushel wrote in his YouTube caption. “I really wanted to do something special for Charlie. This is still my most ambitious cover. Gimme Shelter is such an incredible tune. I hope one day I will jam with the Rolling Stones. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ronnie Wood – I love the Rolling Stones! ”
The young internet sensation adopts “game shelter” by refraining from his guitar, bass, piano, drums, alternative percussion, saxophone, and even track vocals. Wrapping up a Stones T-shirt and a very cool full denim get-up, the 11-year-old rock ‘n’ roll prodigy is proudly carrying culture for its predecessors and thanking a legend in this incredible respect.
Last month, Bushell teamed up with Tom Morello’s son Roman for a song to fight climate change, “The Children Will Rise Up,” which they co-wrote, and co-produced with Greta Thanberg and Jack Black. He also joined a huge lineup of the best drummers in the world – including Ringo Starr, Matt Cameron and Brian Frasier-Moore-Why Hungers. Drum Together Campaign this year. In August, Bushell took to the stage with Fu Fighters in Los Angeles, playing drums in a killer version of “Everlong”.