RCA RecordsMick Jagger, Keith Richards and Jeff Beck are among the guest artists featured on blues great Buddy Guy‘s next studio album, The Blues Is Alive and Well, which will be released on June 15.

Jagger lends his talents to a song called “You Did the Crime,” while his Rolling Stones band mate Richards and fellow guitar legend Beck appear on the tune “Cognac.” In addition, U.K. pop-rock singer/songwriter James Bay is featured on a track called “Blue No More.”

The Blues Is Alive and Well was produced by Guy’s longtime collaborator Tom Hambridge, who also was behind the board for Buddy’s Grammy-winning albums Skin Deep and Born to Play Guitar.

The 81-year-old Guy will be featured on the next episode of David Letterman‘s Netflix series, My Next Guest Needs No Introduction, which will premiere this Friday, May 4.

Buddy also has a bevy of concerts on his upcoming tour schedule, including a performance this Sunday, May 6, at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Visit BuddyGuy.net to check out his full tour itinerary.

Here’s the full track list for The Blues Is Alive and Well:

“A Few Good Years”
“Guilty as Charged”
“Cognac” (featuring Jeff Beck & Keith Richards)
“The Blues Is Alive and Well”
“Bad Day”
“Blue No More” (featuring James Bay)
“Whiskey for Sale”
“You Did the Crime” (featuring Mick Jagger)
“Old Fashioned”
“When My Day Comes”
“Nine Below Zero”
“Ooh Daddy”
“Somebody Up There”
“End of the Line”

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