Legendary rock stars including KISS, Billy Joel, and The Cure are reportedly set to contribute versions of songs by Sir Paul McCartney for a new covers album.
The Beatles star is planning to put together a compilation of his best-known tracks as performed by some of his favourite musicians, according to British newspaper The Sun.
He has hand-picked the acts he wants to take part in the project, and even reportedly arranged for his son James to duet on The Cure's contribution to the record.
A source tells the newspaper, "James was over the moon at playing with The Cure. He's always been a big fan. They all went into a studio in Sussex (south England) and hung out together."
Kiss will record "Venus & Mars" for the album. No release date has been confirmed.