Havana - Darryl Jones and Bernard Fowler, two active members of the musical group Rolling Stones, will perform in Cuba along with the international rock superband The Dead Daisies.
Jones, the legendary 'Munich' has played bass with legends like Miles Davis and Bob Dylan, noted when he reached Havana that he feels honored of being in Cuba, whose music and culture loves.
'With The Rollings Stones, I have traveled a lot but I've never been to Cuba. Needless to say I feel very lucky to know this country, "told the bassist to Granma newspaper.
The Dead Daisies will perform next Wednesday at the Maxim Rock and the next Saturday at the Salon Rosado of the Tropical.
Jones said he met Cuban music through the late Israel 'Cachao' Lopez, and affirmed that Cuban musicians have played an invaluable role in the defense of this vibrant culture.
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