Rock and roll icon Jerry Lee Lewis wants to collaborate with two fellow music legends on his new album - Rolling Stones duo Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
The Great Balls Of Fire hitmaker is due to begin a European tour with a performance in London next week (begs27Oct08) - and has written new material for an upcoming LP.
And he is adamant the new record will be a star-studded affair, because he will "probably have" Jagger and Richards into the studio with him.
He says, "I have known them back when they were kids. Ain't that something? They ain't kids no more."
Lewis also insists the hellraising reputation that led to his nickname The Killer is still intact, adding: "Yes sir. I'm a mean old man. That's the name of a song we've just recorded.
"I enjoy music and I enjoy playing the crowds. If they ever stop coming I'll just quit playing."