Keith Richards released a new album without the Rolling Stones

To listen to new songs of the Rolling Stones, he will have to wait a while … yet undefined. However, to discover new songs signed Keith Richards is quite imminent. The legendary guitarist is set to release a new solo album, Crosseyed Heart , the first in 23 years.

Still busy with the tour of the Stones, the grandpa rock, found a little time to record his third patty, influenced by the blues, rock and reggae to country, according to him. In short, an album at the crossroads of writing styles with the help of drummer Steve Jordan on which a gaggle of friends were invited: the song Norah Jones puts his velvet voice on a title, like Sarah Dash. Illustrious musicians came to lend strong hands to Keith Richards, namely the American singer Bernard Fowler, Waddy Wachtel guitarist, multi-instrumentalist Larry Campbell and Ivan Neville, the soul man Aaron Neville. Also appears on a title Bobby Keys, legendary Rolling Stones saxophonist, who died in December 2014.

Keith Richard has largely had a hand in the leg and also the display of his talents (as if we doubted!) both on guitar or bass but also the piano. The first single will be released on 17 July. “Trouble” will be delicious appetizer before hearing the result, scheduled for 18 September.

Keith Richard has released a first album Talk is Cheap in 1988. The second Main Offender appears in 1992 between Steel Wheels and Voodoo Lounge Rolling Stones.

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