Stone Raiders @ Kino Šiška, Ljubljana (Slovenia), 02/02/2012
Stone Raiders, previously known as the Black Stone Raiders, are a super-band consisting of three excellent and highly praised musicians. On guitar, we have Chicago born / Berlin based Jean-Paul Bourelly, jazz fusion and blues rock guitarist known for his many different projects and collaborations (playing with Miles Davis is surely one of most known ones). On bass, we have Darryl Jones who began his notable career as a
session musician, while most recently, he has been best known in his role as primary bassist for The Rolling Stones since Bill Wyman's departure in 1993. And last but not least, Will Calhoun on drums, many times awarded drummer of a great rock band Living Colour.
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