UPDATE (Feb. 22, 2023): CNN has confirmed through a Rolling Stones representative that Paul McCartney is playing bass on “only one song on RS.” They also deny Ringo Starr’s rumored involvement.
Two of rock’s most legendary names are rumored to be joining forces, as surviving Beatles members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr could actually appear on the Rolling Stones’ new studio album. It has been.
variety McCartney, 80, claims to have heard from “multiple sources” that he has already recorded a bass track for the record.If the record does come to fruition, it will be the first album of original material by the Stones since 2005. big bangThe outlet also claims the 82-year-old star is “scheduled to play” in the anticipated release.
Producer Andrew Watt, who recently won two Grammy Awards for his work with Ozzy Osbourne patient number 9 The album (Best Metal Performance, Best Rock Album) is said to be at the helm of this recording and already has previous production credits from artists such as Justin Bieber, Post Malone, Cardi B, Lana Del Rey and Miley. Added to the decorated resume. Cyrus, Dua Lipa, Elton John, etc.
This is the first new original material by the Stones in almost 20 years, but it’s not the same for the Beatles icon who remains pretty active when it comes to studio output.McCartney’s last solo album he released McCartney III Starr’s in 2020 What is my name It came out in 2019.
Earlier this year, Stones guitarist Keith Richards confirmed that there would be “new music on the way”, while expressing hope that the band would return to the stage at some point in 2023. His final show was on August 3rd in Berlin, Germany, with a 19-song set to conclude his 60th anniversary show.
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