Darryl Jones: The unknown Stone
As The Rolling Stones prepare to release an album paying homage to the black blues musicians who inspired them, is it time their long-serving black bass player won more recognition?
Darryl Jones has been with The Rolling Stones for more than two decades now but never appears in official band photographs.
He has played on just about everything they have recorded since 1994, including the band's new album, Blue and Lonesome, and is an integral part of their live show.
But when the time comes to take a bow, Jones often melts into the background with the other members of the Stones' touring... read more
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