The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood to release solo album featuring Slash, Flea and Eddie Vedder

'I Feel Like Playing' will be released on September 27

The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood, pictured here, has played guitar on Starsailor's fourth album. Frontman James Walsh said: "We kept asking him if he'd be up for playing some guitar on the record, and at the time he was busy. Then I got a call about half-past-six one evening from his son Jesse saying, 'My dad really wants to do this now.’ It was amazing..." The album, tentatively titled 'All The Plans', is due for release later this year. Pic: PA Photos
The Rolling Stones' Ronnie Wood has revealed details of an upcoming star-studded solo-album.

Entitled 'I Feel Like Playing', the LP will be the guitarist's seventh solo studio effort and will feature Slash, Red Hot Chili Peppers' Flea and Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder.

Released on September 27, other guests on the album include Kris Kristofferson, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons, Bobby Womack and Faces' Ian McLagan.

Meanwhile, Wood is streaming a song from the album called 'Thing About You', on his official website RonnieWood.com.

The tracklisting for 'I Feel Like Playing' is as follows:

'Why'd You Wanna Do A Thing'
'Lucky Man'
'I Gotta Go'
'Thing About You'
'How Am I Gonna Catch You'
'I Don't Think So'
'Fancy Pants'
'Tell Me Something'

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