Chicago-born Darryl Jones started his music career playing with Miles Davis and not surprisingly was handpicked to play with Sting, Herbie Hancock, Peter Gabriel, Madonna, and Eric Clapton. He achieved his greatest recognition, however, when in 1993 he became bass guitarist with the Rolling Stones, replacing longtime member Bill Wyman. He has also appeared with such artists as Joan Armatrading, Buckshot LeFonque, Joe Cocker, and B.B. King. Jones is co-leader in two bands, Stone Raiders and 3 Brave Souls. He is featured on legendary albums Miles Decoy and You're Under Arrest (Miles Davis), Bring on the Night (Sting), and all the Rolling Stones albums since 1992, including the new release Blue & Lonesome.