Mark SeligerThe Rolling Stones will wrap up their Zip Code tour July 15 in Quebec, but we won’t have to wait long to get more from the band — or at least, one of the members.

Keith Richards will release Crosseyed Heart this September — his first solo album since 1992’s Main Offender and only his third career solo studio effort. The 15-track album will encompass “reggae, rock, country and the blues,” according to a statement from Richard’s rep.

Like Main Offender and his first solo record, 1988’s Talk Is Cheap, Richards will be joined by Steve Jordan, who produced the first two efforts, as well as veteran session guitarist Waddy Wachtel and keyboardist Ivan Neville.

We’ll get our first taste of Crosseyed Heart next week, when the first single, titled “Trouble,” will be released. Look for the full album September 18 on Republic Records.

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