By Hindustan Times
Mumbai, Aug. 27 -- At the end of 2008, a lot of dark things happened in my life. I lost engineer and we had floods in Chennai. I was going through a lot of stress in my work. At that point of time, I got a call from Dave Stewart asking, 'AR, would you be interested in collaborating with Mick and me?' So I thought, 'Anything to get out of here at this point,' Some things in life aren't planned," says Indian music legend AR Rahman, who's teamed up with musicians Mick Jagger, Stewart, Joss Stone and Damien Marley to form the music group, SuperHeavy.
But even before Jagger announced the formation of the band in May this year, recordings were well underway in LA, having originally started in 2009. "The time we had in the studio was full of excitement