McCartney information with the Rolling Stones

Paul McCartney… discovered himself in a close-by recording studio whereas Mick Jagger and Keith Richards had been mixing the file.

By Alex Inexperienced

SIR Paul McCartney will seem on The Rolling Stones’ upcoming album, bringing collectively two of the largest bands in British musical historical past.

The previous Beatle, 80, has offered a bass half to one of many tracks that’s anticipated to function on the Stones’ upcoming studio album, which stays untitled.

A spokesman for the band mentioned reviews Sir Ringo Starr additionally featured had been unfaithful and that McCartney had discovered himself in a close-by recording studio whereas Sir Mick Jagger and Keith Richards had been mixing the file.

The album, attributable to be launched later this yr, will function the late Charlie Watts on round half its songs, with present drummer Steve Jordan on the others, the PA information company understands.

Jordan has toured as an everyday member of the band because the dying of long-standing drummer Watts in August 2021.

Though the Beatles and Stones had been portrayed as rivals through the ’60s and ’70s, members have collaborated over time.

Throughout the Stones’ “Rock and Roll Circus” present in 1968, John Lennon made an look as a part of a supergroup dubbed The Soiled Mac whereas Brian Jones performed on the Beatles observe “You Know My Identify (Look Up The Quantity)”.

The Stones additionally scored an early hit with “I Wanna Be Your Man” – a tune written by Lennon and McCartney, and later additionally recorded by The Beatles.

This previous northern summer season the Stones – Jagger and guitarists Richards and Ronnie Wooden – travelled by Europe for his or her sixtieth anniversary tour.

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