Elton John, Rod Stewart and Joe Walsh are among the guests featured on Double Take, a duets album by Scottish rocker Frankie Miller that will be released September 30.
The set also includes appearances by Huey Lewis, Kid Rock, Francis Rossi of Status Quo, Bonnie Tyler and Willie Nelson.
A cult artist who's a favorite of many of his peers, Miller has been inactive since suffering a brain hemorrhage in 1994; Double Take was put together by his manager, David Mackay, from "lost" demos discovered by Miller's wife Annette. The package will also come with a DVD documentary, Frankie Miller: Sending Me Angels.
Miller had formed a new band with Walsh and was working on material in New York at the time of his brain hemorrhage; Walsh and Rod Stewart both appear on the track "Kiss Her For Me."
Gary Graff is an award-winning music journalist who not only covers music but has written books on Bob Seger, Neil Young and Bruce Springsteen.