Rolling Stones' Keith Richards announces first solo album
Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards will release his first solo album called Crosseyed Heart on September 18, after more than two decades.
Los Angeles: Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards will release his first solo album called Crosseyed Heart on September 18, after more than two decades.
The lead single of "Trouble" will release next week on July 17, reported Aceshowbiz. The album features 15 songs the rock legend mostly co-wrote with drummer and co-producer Steve Jordan.
The 71-year-old rocker has collaborated with various artist for his album, including Norah Jones on a song titled "Illusion", Spooner Oldham on "Lovers Plea", multi-instrumentalist Larry Campbell on "Robbed Blind" and Aaron Neville on "Nothing on Me".
Guitarist Waddy Wachtel, keyboardist Ivan Neville and background singer Sarah Dash have also joined hands with Richards for his third solo album and first since 1992's Main Offender.
"I had a ball making this new record and working with Steve Jordan and Waddy Wachtel again. There is nothing like walking into a studio and having absolutely no idea what you are going to come out with on the other end. If you are looking for Trouble, you have come to the right place," said Richards.