The tabloid has a source, as ever, that’s quoted as saying the two parties met by chance at a London recording studio, and promptly took up the chance to record some music with producer Don Was.
“Eric was in the next studio along so he came in to say hello. They ended up jamming and recorded two songs. Don r
reckons it’s the best thing he has ever done with the Stones.”
Keith Richards was the main driving force behind getting the Stones back into the studio after they released two standalone singles to mark their return to live touring at the end of 2012.
Any new record will be the veteran band’s first since 2005’s ‘A Bigger Bang‘, whose world tour went onto become the highest grossing in history before it was surpassed by U2‘s 360 tour a few years later.