Ringo Starr Tickets
Ringo Starr (born July 7, 1940) is a popular British
musician, best known as the drummer for The Beatles. Ringo
Starr is known for his reliable, steady drumming and innovative
fills. His everyman personality made him an easy fit with the other
Beatles. Ringo Starr was the oldest member of the band, and
the last one to join the now familiar Fab Four line-up.
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Fri, 1 Jul 2016 8:00 PM2016-07-01T20:00:00
| Ringo Starr
and His All Starr Band
Humphrey's By The Bay
San Diego, CAHumphrey's By The Bay San Diego, CA
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Los Angeles, CAGreek Theatre Los Angeles, CA
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After the breakup of The Beatles on April 10, 1970, Ringo Starr released two albums before the end of that year. Sentimental Journey featured Ringo Starr's renditions of many pre-rock standards and included the production talents of Quincy Jones, George Martin and Paul McCartney, among others. His next album, Beaucoups of Blues, put Ringo Starr in a country context and included legendary Nashville session musician Pete Drake. He scored hit singles with "It Don't Come Easy" (1971) and "Back Off Boogaloo" (1972), the latter of which as biggest UK hit at #2, although he did achieve two #1 hits in the US with "Photograph" (co-written with George Harrison) and "You're Sixteen", both in 1973.
The 1973 album Ringo is arguably his greatest solo work and remains his biggest-selling collection. Lushly produced by Richard Perry with participation by all three former bandmates on different tracks, it was a major triumph and Ringo Starr became the most commercially successful ex-Beatle at that time. The album Goodnight Vienna followed the next year and was also successful.
In 2001, Ringo Starr and Harrison were both guest musicians on the Electric Light Orchestra's album Zoom, playing on two tracks each. Ringo Starr is partaking in a 2006 tour with his band Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band.