"It's a bit mad sometimes, you go from one sound to the other," Joss Stone says with a grin about the new album from SuperHeavy, the star-studded group she played in alongside Mick Jagger, Dave Stewart, A.R. Rahman and Damian Marley. Stone chatted with Rolling Stone about Jagger and Marley's painting-as-songwriting style, the challenge of adding something to a Jagger or Marley-penned tune and her hopes that one day SuperHeavy will find time in their busy schedules to play live.
Joss Stone Talks All Things SuperHeavy
Soul songstress dishes on songwriting styles of bandmates Mick Jagger and Damian Marley
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