Ron Wood's got his own album to do -- again.
After inducting Bobby Womack into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Saturday night in Cleveland, Wood said that he's recorded about a dozen songs for a solo album called "More Good News." During an after-party at the House of Blues, producer Bob Rock confirmed that he worked on an as-yet-untitled track with Wood which features a guest appearance by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder.
Womack, meanwhile, predicted that Wood's album -- his first studio outing since 2001's "Not For Beginners" -- "is gonna be great" and acknowledged he's "trying to get on it."
Also hatching future plans is soul great and Hall of Fame inductee Same Moore. "As we talk it's happening," Moore, who performed at the House of Blues after-party, told Billboard.com at the ceremony. "Hopefully before the year's over we're gonna go back in the studio. We're gonna cover a lot of stuff people wouldn't even think that Sam would do." It will be Moore's first recording project since "Overnight sensational" in 2006.