LONDON, Feb 21: Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, the two surviving members of the Beatles, have recently come together to record new music for the first time in seven years.
McCartney, 74, will make a guest appearance on Starr’s latest record, a follow-up to his 2015 album ‘Postcards from Paradise’, reported The Guardian.
Starr, 76, took to Twitter to share the pictures and thank his former bandmate for joining him in the studio.
“Thanks for coming over man and playing great bass. I love you man – peace and love,” he captioned the picture.
Also joining the former Beatles in the studio was Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh, who Starr said had “come out to play”.
“And look out Joe W came out to play. What a day I’m having. Peace and love.”
McCartney and Starr’s last collaboration was on the tracks “Peace Dream” and “Walk With You” on the drummer’s album ‘Y Not’ in 2010. (PTI)