The Rolling Stones and their fans in Cuba finally spend the night together as the veteran rockers perform a free gig in Havana. Pic by SkyNews THE Rolling Stones have performed in front of hundreds of thousands of jubilant Cubans, delivering a historic concert in a country that once considered the band’s music subversive. Coming two days after Barack Obama finished the first trip to Cuba by a US president in nearly 90 years, Friday night’s free gig in Havana cemented the communist-run island’s opening to the world. The veteran rockers started their first-ever show in Cuba with Jumpin’ Jack Flash, a song recorded in 1968 when Cuban rock fans were secretly sharing pirated vinyl records…