The Rolling Stones want to work with Amy Winehouse

Mick Jagger wants to do a duet at Isle Of Wight

The Rolling Stones‘ frontman Mick Jagger has revealed that he wants to work with Amy Winehouse.

Jagger said that he would like the two to duet when they appear at the Isle Of Wight on Sunday June 10.

Winehouse is scheduled to play the event the day before.

Speaking about playing the festival, Jagger told Virgin Radio[/a]: “It’s got a very good reputation as a festival, it’s well run, people always say good things about it so it should be good.”

Speaking about the band’s last festival appearance at Knebworth Fair in August 1976, Jagger said: “It was fantastically late, great crowd though, great fun.”

Jagger also revealed: “We’ve got the ’Bigger Bang’ DVD coming out this summer, which is a four-disc collection.”

The Isle Of Wight Festival 2007 takes place between June 8 and 10. Tickets for the festival sold out within hours of going on sale.