Paul McCartney, confirmed the collaboration with the Rolling Stones

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Paul McCartneymember of the Beatles, played bass on a new Rolling Stones song. The Guardian confirmed the historic collaboration, first reported by varietybetween the two British bands, but through a source close to the Rolling Stones also ruled out the alleged participation of Ringo Starr in their thirty-first album, coming out soon. The recording of the new music, which took place in the last few weeks in a Los Angeles studio, involved not only McCartney and the historic members of the Rolling Stones Keith Richards And Mick Jaggerbut also the drummer Steve Jordan which it replaced Charlie Watts, who passed away in 2021 but still present in the parts of the album recorded before his death. The record was produced by Andrew Watt who has worked with Iggy Pop, Ozzy Osbourne and Eddie Vedder among others and who contributed to the collaboration Hold Me Closer of 2022 between Elton John and Britney Spears.


After the album A Bigger Band, released in 2005, the new musical project of the Rolling Stones will be the first in many years to contain unreleased material. In 2016 the band released the album Blue & Lonesomewhich however contained only covers of blues songs, while in 2020 he released a new single, Living in a Ghost Town. In 2021, in an interview given to The Los Angeles Times, Keith Richards recounted that if it weren’t for the pandemic, the group would have finished a new album, and Mick Jagger added: ‘We have a lot of tracks ready, so when the tour is done, we’ll see where we are. and we will continue”. Last March, Richards posted an Instagram video in which he revealed: “There’s some new music coming”.