Only a few days after grabbing a light dinner with Dave Grohl and Tom Hanks, Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr seem to have reunited in the studio over the weekend to collaborate on some new recordings. “Thanks for coming over man and playing Great bass,” Starr wrote on Twitter.
The two remaining Beatles were also joined by Starr’s brother-in-law Joe Walsh of Eagles fame on the project, though his musical contribution was not mentioned. Whatever these legends are working on, it’s sure to be something pretty special. Check out tweets from Starr featuring photos of McCartney and Walsh below.
Thanks for coming over man and playing Great bass,” Starr wrote on Twitter. “I love you man peace and love. ?✌️???☮”
“And look out Joe W. came out to play what a day I’m having peace and love. ?✌️????☯?☮,” he wrote in another tweet.
According to Rolling Stone, Starr and McCartney have not collaborated in the studio together since Starr’s 2010 solo LP Y Not, which saw McCartney contributing vocals on a few tracks. McCartney also inducted his former bandmate into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist in 2015, fresh on the heels of Starr’s latest solo release Postcards From Paradise. Check out his passionate induction speech for his friend below.