The two rock legends have finally combined forces.
” For us, that felt like an invitation: Why don’t we make a rock & roll record that we would want to hear right now? “
Get keen for them to be here next week.
And it’s out this June.
“The rock & roll album you’ve been waiting for.”
“We think you’ll enjoy looking up from your gadgets for a little while and experience music and our shared love of it IN PERSON.”
STEADY AS SHE GOES
From their first album in over a decade.
Ahead of his first ever solo, acoustic TV performance.
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