According to a report in ‘Variety,’ a former Beatle and The Rolling Stones have come together.
The magazine said it "hears from multiple sources" that Paul McCartney has recorded bass parts for a forthcoming Rolling Stones project being helmed by 2021 Grammy producer of the year Andrew Watt. The sessions were recorded in Los Angeles.
A spokeswoman for the Rolling Stones said, "Sorry, nothing to share," McCartney has not commented, so the speculating begins. If true, it wouldn’t be the first time a Beatle appeared on a Rolling Stones song and vice-versa. Back 1967, Lennon and McCartney sang background vocals on the Rolling Stones’ single “We Love You.”
That same year, Stones' guitarist Brian Jones played saxophone on The Beatles' “You Know My Name (Look Up the Number),” which was later released in 1970. And in 1968, Lennon was part of the Rolling Stones' Rock and Roll Circus film. When this new album is completed, it will be the first Stones album of original material since 2005’s A Bigger Bang.
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[Source: Classic Hits Today]