Ringo Starr & Paul McCartney Work Together For New Album; Remaining Beatles Reunite

By Carrie Winters - 21 Feb '17 05:30AM

Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney of the Beatles are coming together for a new music recording. In fact, Starr shared a photo on twitter of McCartney and himself. He also posted a text thanking McCartney for coming over at his home and jamming with him. The other post from Starr also mentioned Walsh and both rock icons are together with him in the latest album.

According to a report, Starr and McCartney met up at the Los Angeles home of Starr to do a recording together. The last time that they worked together was with Ringo Starr's album in 2010 titled Y Not. This latest collaboration for the Beatles stars will also be for Starr's new album

Aside from McCartney, Joe Walsh is also part of the new album of Starr. Walsh is already a part of the band All-Starr Band. This latest album that is being collaborated by McCartney and Starr does not have a name and release date yet.

Bruce Sugar, who is producing the latest album of Starr, also posted a photo of the surviving Beatles members. The new album is hinted to be released this year. McCartney collaborated with Starr in the previous album with the vocals and on bass.

This is also the first time in seven years that the two Beatles members are recording music together. The Beatles had been a long time famous band that consisted of Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Starr and George Harrison.

They were a hit during their time and have become really famous. McCartney and Starr are the only members of the famous band that are left. Each of them works on their own with their own music. This time fans can expect the two Beatles to be working again in a new album.

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