Bob Dylan, Brian Wilson, Kiss, and B.B. King will all be featured on the Paul McCartney tribute album The Art of McCartney, due to hit stores this fall.

He was “the cute Beatle” after all!

But even after The Beatles, Sir Paul went on to have a storied career of his own fronting Wings with wife Linda, plus numerous collaborations- I mean, who could forget "The Girl is Mine" with Michael Jackson!

The Art of McCartney was first thought of by former McCartney producer Ralph Stall after he was attempting to restore McCartney’s 1971 sessions for the album Ram.

Stall then received the ‘OK’ from McCartney to begin producing the album which also includes tracks by The Cure, Barry Gibb, and Roger Daltrey.

Fellow Michiganders Smokey Robinson and Alice Cooper are also set to appear on the album!

You can check out the full track listing for The Art of McCartney here.

The compilation is available on 34-track CD, digital download, and vinyl with a special extended 42-track mix, hardcover book, and DVD also available for purchase.

You'll have to wait until mid-November for The Art of McCartney to hit stores, but you can pre-order the album now via iTunes and Amazon.