Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney making music together for the first time in years
It's really happening!
Ringo Starr confirmed that he's making music with his only fellow surviving member of The Beatles, Paul McCartney, with a photo on Sunday night.
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Starr, who's currently working on the follow-up to his 2015 album Postcards from Paradise, shared the snap on Twitter thanking his longtime friend and collaborator for a great studio session.
"Thanks for coming over man and playing great bass," he wrote. "I love you man peace and love."
Their new collaboration marks the first time in over seven years that the iconic musicians are working together on an official project. The last time was in 2010 when McCartney played bass on Starr's "Peace Dream."
Though Starr hasn't confirmed a release date for his upcoming album, The Guardian reports that Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh has also booked a few sessions with Starr, whose album is being produced by Bruce Sugar.
Without much more information available, it's hard to know what to expect from the upcoming collab between Starr and McCartney, but one thing's for sure: It'll almost definitely put a smile on your face.
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