Richards set to go solo one more time

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Richards (left) will re­lease his solo al­bum Crosseyed Heart in Septem­ber, af­ter more than two decades. This is Richards’ third solo al­bum and first since 1992’s Main Of­fender. The al­bum fea­tures 15 songs that the 71-year-old mostly co-wrote with drum­mer and co-pro­ducer Steve Jor­dan. The first sin­gle, Trou­ble, will re­lease next week, re­ported Aceshow­biz.

Richards has col­lab­o­rated with sev­eral artists for the al­bum, in­clud­ing No­rah Jones on a song ti­tled Il­lu­sion, Spooner Old­ham on Lovers Plea, mul­ti­in­stru­men­tal­ist Larry Camp­bell on Robbed Blind and Aaron Neville on Noth­ing on Me. Gui­tarist Waddy Wach­tel, key­boardist Ivan Neville and back­ground singer Sarah Dash have also joined hands with the rock leg­end.

“I had a ball mak­ing this new record and work­ing with Steve Jor­dan and Waddy Wach­tel again. There’s noth­ing like walk­ing into a stu­dio and hav­ing ab­so­lutely no idea what you are go­ing to come out with on the other end,” said Richards.

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