With a remarkable career of six decades (and counting), do The Rolling Stoness have any more boundaries to push?
On 25 March 2016, they proved they did. The band broke yet another record when they became the first band to play a large-scale free concert in the Cuban capital of Havana.
Ensuring that Good Friday kicked off an excellent weekend in the rapidly transforming country, the event saw 1.2 million Stones fans gather at the Coliseo De La Ciudad Deportiva.
The two-hour concert that left the audience exhilarated and ensured another world’s first for “The Greatest Rock and Roll Band In The World”.
On 11 November, The Rolling Stones’ Havana Moon will be released by Eagle Rock. Directed by Grammy-nominated director Paul Dugdale, it’s a high-octane documents of the Stones’ first ever show in Cuba. It’ll showcase the rock gods’ slew of classic hits, including ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’, and ‘Gimme Shelter’.
The concert took place just days after President Obama became the first US president to visit Cuba in 88 years. Many joked that Obama was the Stones’ “warm up act”. By the time the final notes rang out, it was clear the Stones’ solidified their place in Cuba history.
A limited-edition four-disc version of Havana Moon will feature the DVD, Blu-ray, and 2CD housed in a 60-page 12”x12” book.
Scroll down to watch the trailer and read the DVD track-listing, and order the deluxe edition here: