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The Dead Daisies in the studio with Darryl Jones

Rolling Stones Bass Player Joins The Dead Daisies

by Paul Cashmere on September 20, 2013

in News

Australian supergroup The Dead Daisies have a new member. Darryl Jones, bass player for the Rolling Stones since 1994, has joined the band.

The Dead Daisies have been in a studio in Los Angeles this week working on new music. “Had another day in the studio today, and was great to have Darryl Jones bassist in the session as he’ll be joining us for our tour of the UK in November/December,” the band announced on Facebook.

Jones joined the Stones after the departure of founding member Bill Wyman. He has played on the three Stones albums Wyman’s departure ‘Voodoo Lounge” (1994), ‘Bridges To Babylon’ (1997) and ‘A Bigger Bang’ (2005).

The Dead Daisies other connection to the Stones is drummer Charley Drayton, who also plays in Keith Richards band.

The Dead Daisies have just wrapped up a US tour with Jane’s Addiction and Alice In Chains. They will tour the UK in November with Black Star Riders.

The Dead Daisies features Australia’s Jon Stevens on vocals and David Lowy on guitar.

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