NEW YORK (AP) — Keith Richards will release a new solo album after 20 years this fall.
The Rolling Stones guitarist announced the Sept. 18 release of “Crosseyed Heart” on Thursday. It’s his third solo album.
The first single, “Trouble,” will be released July 17.
His last solo album was 1992’s “Main Offender.”
Richards wrote most of the songs with producer Steve Jordan. The album includes a duet with Norah Jones.
The Rolling Stones are currently on tour.
Richards plays electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass and piano on the album.
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