Rolling Stones and Beatles to Come Together in the Studio?
Surviving Beatles members Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr reportedly recorded with The Rolling Stones for a future record, Variety reports.
The unnamed record will be produced by 2021 Grammy producer of the year Andrew Watt. McCartney is said to have contributed bass parts to a track, and Starr “is also slated to play on the yet-to-be-announced album.” said the report. McCartney was reportedly with the Stones for a recording session last week in Los Angeles. The album is also “Nearing the mixing stage.”
McCartney and Watt have worked together in the past. In a 2021 interview, the icon talked of meeting with the producer. “I went around for a cup of tea, and of course we ended up making a track,” said McCartney. More recently, he was asked in a Q&A posted on his official website what he was looking forward to in 2023. Said the Beatle: “I’ve been recording with a couple of people, so I’m looking forward to doing even more. I’ve started working with this producer called Andrew Watt, and he’s very interesting — we’ve had some fun.