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After more than 50 years together, the Rolling Stones remain one of the biggest live acts in the world. And for bassist Darryl Jones, his audition in 1993 led to a steady gig, touring and playing on just about everything they have recorded since. Jones, who spent most of the ’80s as the go-to bassist for the likes of Sting and Madonna, started his career on the South Side of Chicago and actually cut his teeth with Miles Davis. In this interview, Jonathan Herrera catches up with Darryl to find out what life is like in the world’s most rocking’ rock band.