Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to Release Joint Music

The release is set for late in 2023

It will be only a song, but all The Beatles fans (and all pop music too) will rejoice.

As Forbes reports, the remaining Beatles, Paul McCartney, and Ringo Starr, are preparing to collaborate on a song slated for release later this year. It will be a new rendition of The Beatles classic “Let It Be.” 

The collaboration doesn’t stop at the two musicians, however, as they’ll be joined by fellow rock legends Peter Frampton, Mick Fleetwood, and the one and only Dolly Parton.

The supergroup of sorts is coming together to re-record “Let It Be” for Parton’s forthcoming album Rockstar. The set marks the country favorite’s first foray into rock music, and she’s clearly doing it right.

Forbes reminds us that Parton’s decision to explore this new genre stemmed from her induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. After first trying to decline the invitation, she insisted that if she was going to be a part of the legendary organization, she was going to have to earn her spot. Since then, she has been working on compiling Rockstar and making sure it’s a project filled with plenty of stars from that genre and beyond.

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