Mick Jagger Says He's Workin' On A New Stones Album

Around the time The Rolling Stones' recent blues covers album, Blue & Lonesome,   was released this past December, the band members revealed that they  also were working on a record of original tunes. Now, frontman Mick Jagger says that things are moving forward with the latter project.

Speaking with Showbiz411.com's Roger Friedman at Vanity Fair's   pre-Oscars party a few days ago, Jagger revealed, "I'm working on new   songs now." Mick attended the bash with three of his children.

Blue & Lonesome debuted at #4 on the Billboard 200 in December. The album includes songs previously recorded by such influential blues artists as Jimmy Reed, Willie Dixon, Eddie Taylor and Howlin' Wolf, and features Eric Clapton on guest guitar on two tracks.

The  Rolling Stones haven't announced any official touring plans for  2017 yet and that's a big YET,  although their expansive Exhibitionism memorabilia exhibit, which  will  be on display at New York City's Industria gallery until March  12, will  re-open at Chicago's Navy Pier on April 15.

Marc 'The Cope' Coppola

Marc 'The Cope' Coppola

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