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Rolling Stones Took Over Cuba With a Free Concert

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Tens of thousands of jubilant Cubans swarmed the site of the Rolling Stones' free concert in Havana Friday, calling it a historic moment for a country that once forced rock fans to listen to their favorite music behind closed doors. Coming two days after Barack Obama finished the first trip to Cuba by a U.S. president in nearly 90 years, the evening concert cemented the communist-run nation's opening to the world.

Delivering a historic concert in a country that once forced fans to listen to their favorite music behind closed doors, rock legends the Rolling Stones strutted and sang before hundreds of thousands of jubilant Cubans in Havana on Friday. lead singer Mick Jagger shouted in excellent Spanish as he launched into the band's classic Jumpin' Jack Flash, "Hello Havana! Good evening to my Cuban people." Called the biggest in the country's history, Friday night's free rock concert, came two days after Barack Obama finished the first trip to Cuba by a U.S. president in nearly 90 years. Both events cemented the communist-run island's opening to the world.

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