It's always a joy to hear anything from any of the remaining former Beatles. It's an even greater joy however when they both work on something together. This past weekend Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr got together in the studio in Starr's home to work on a song with Joe Walsh for Starr's upcoming 19th studio album.
There have been no details yet on the collaboration aside from the fact that McCartney played bass on a single track for the album (shame it isn't more) according to a tweet that Starr made (with a picture of him and McCartney together), saying:
“Thanks for coming over and playing great bass. I love you man peace and love.”
Starr then made a second tweet with a picture of the two of them plus Joe Walsh, saying:
“And look Joe W. came out to play what a day I’m having peace and love.”
I'm definitely looking forward to hearing whatever these guys have come up with together. Whenever these guys get together in a room magic always happens. It's a shame there are only two of them left, but it's still enough to produce something that will be nothing short of amazing. Plus, if Walsh is playing on the song then there is sure to be some extra awesome as well.