Eagles founder Don Henley has recruited an all-star cast including Mick Jagger and Dolly Parton for his first solo album in 15 years.
‘Cass County’ will be a full tilt country record.
Henley teams with Jagger and Miranda Lanbert for the song ‘Bramble Rose’ to recall the country-tinged Gram Parsons inspired Stones country songs of the early 70s.
Dolly Parton also guests on the record singing the Louvin Brothers ‘When I Stop Dreaming’ with Don Henley.
Henley’s ‘Cass Country’ will also feature appearances from Vince Gill, Martina McBride, Lee Ann Womack, Allison Kraus and Trisha Yearwood.
Henley’s last solo album was ‘Inside Job’ in 2000. His last new music was on the Eagles ‘Long Road Out Of Eden’ in 2007.
‘Cass County’ has been completed but a release date is yet to be announced.