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Ringo Starr rocked Baltimore with a little help from his friends (Concert Review)

The Meyerhoff Symphony Auditorium was the venue that welcomed yesterday Ringo Starr and his All Star Band. Ringo hit the stage at 7:00 PM last night as the signs of Peace and Love among the audience were raising up in the air.

Ringo plays a mix of his solo and Beatles hits, then gives the spotlight to each of the All Star Band members (Steve Lukather (Toto), Gregg Rolie (Journey, Santana), Richard Page (Mr. Mister), Todd Rundgren (Utopia, Meat Loaf), Mark Rivera and Gregg Bissonette) for two or three songs. It felt like watching a live show of my Dad’s mix tape. Knowing already the members of the all Star Band you can expect some great songs coming along having players from Toto, Santana, Todd Rundgren, and Mr. Mister.

Starr kicked things off  Sunday night with an opening trio of the Carl Perkins’ Matchbox, his hit It Don’t Come Easy, and Wings from his most recent album, Ringo 2012.

From there the band took the reins and the highlights began. Rolie’s Evil Ways got the first standing crowd ovation of the night. you could see how people enjoyed listening to the Santana Hit. Later the band started playing Toto’s hit Rosanna as Lukather made an incredible perfomance.

Starr then gave Beatles fans what they came for: Don’t Pass Me By , Yellow Submarine, and Boys, which he introduced as “a song I used to do with the other band I was in … Rory Storm and the Hurricanes!”

Before starting the song I’m the Greatest Ringo recalls that he is “gonna play a song that John Lennon wrote for me”. thou the song was a bit of a mood killer after the singalong of the Beatles Hits.

Page’s new song You Are Mine was well-received. Lukather worked the crowd up again for Hold the Line – Toto’s first hit – setting the stage for Starr to send fans home happy with Photograph, Act Naturally and With a Little Help From My Friends, which ended with a chorus of Lennon’s Give Peace a Chance.

Set-List

1. Matchbox
2. It Don’t Come Easy
3. Wings
4. I Saw the Light (Todd Rundgren cover) (Todd Rundgren)
5. Evil Ways (Santana cover) (Gregg Rolie)
6. Rosanna (Toto cover) (Steve Lukather with Mark Rivera)
7. Kyrie (Mr. Mister cover) (Richard Page)
8. Don’t Pass Me By
9. Bang The Drum All Day (Todd Rundgren cover) (Todd Rundgren)
10. Boys
11. Yellow Submarine
12. Black Magic Woman (Santana cover) (Gregg Rolie)
13. Anthem
14. I’m The Greatest
15. You Are Mine (Richard Page cover) (Richard Page)
16. Africa (Toto cover) (Steve Lukather)
17. Everybody’s Everything Santana cover) (Gregg Rolie)
18. I Wanna Be Your Man
19. Broken Wings (Mr. Mister cover) (Richard Page)
20. Hold The Line(Toto cover) (Steve Lukather)
21. Photograph
22. Act Naturally
23. With a Little Help From My Friends
24. Give Peace a Chance (John Lennon cover)

Photograph


Ringo Starr’s Birthday Greeting to Sir Paul McCartney’s 70th birthday! (Video)

Happy 70th Paul McCartney. The legendary musician and inspirational motivation of The Day Tripper is turning 70th today. Here is a Ringo Starr and his All Star band sing Happy Birthday to Paul McCartney for his 70th birthday. The band includes, Richard Page, Greg Rolie, Todd Rundgren, Gregg Bissonnette and Mark Rivera.

Best Wishes.


Always a good time to trip The Beatles GIF

When I saw these animated GIF images of The Beatles, I just wanted to share them with our readers.

Click on any image to view the Animated SlideShow


Paul and Ringo: Beatles reunion is a NO GO

The surviving Beatles have quashed the rumors of a possible “reunion” at the London Olympics in 2012.

Previously, it had been reported by U.K. newspaper The Sun that festival organizers were hoping to get Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr to perform together at the ceremonies, perhaps with members of the Harrison and Lennon families joining in to properly represent all four original Beatles.

Representatives for both McCartney and Starr have shot down those reports, with McCartney calling it “tabloid stuff.” A rep for Starr said “this is not true.”

Julian Lennon, who theoretically would have filled his father’s role on stage at this event, commented via his Facebook page: “There will NEVER be a Beatles reunion, because two of the members of the band have since passed… And NO ONE could, or should try to replace them.”

There is at least the possibility that McCartney himself might appear at the London Olympics, something he discussed in somewhat vague terms during an interview last month.

Via: ClassicRockMag


Happy Birthday Ringo!

“Peace and love, peace and love.” That’ll be the message Ringo Starr has for the world this Thursday on his 71st birthday and he hopes they’ll have it, too. As he has for the past few years, Starr plans to make public his trademark call of “peace and love” as a birthday event.

The former Beatles drummer will appear at the Hard Rock Cafe in Hamburg, Germany, where he and the All-Starr Band are in the middle of their summer tour. Starr, wife Barbara Bach, friends and fans will appear at noon local time to say “peace and love” and spread the word. Starr hopes fans will join in by saying it out loud, tweeting it or simply thinking the words at noon wherever they are.

The custom had its origins in 2008 when he was asked during an interview “What would you like for your coming birthday?” His answer was “More peace and love.” On July 7, 2008, Ringo and wife Barbara Bach were joined by fans on the streets of Chicago in front of the Hard Rock Hotel to show the “peace and “love” salute.

A little present from The Day Tripper to Ringo

Via: Examiner.com 


Rock Memorabilia in auction

Ultimateclassicrock.com

Memorabilia from the Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, the Who and other classic rockers earned big money at the Julien’s Auctions Music Icons sale over the weekend in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Among the items that scored the highest winning bids were Ringo Starr’s cape from the movie ‘Help’ ($37,500); an autographed Vox Sidewinder IV electric bass that late Who member John Entwistle purportedly played on an episode of ‘The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour’ ($25,000); and Bruce Springsteen’s denim vest from his ‘Born in the U.S.A.’ tour ($20,480).

Additional Beatles items, as well as memorabilia from Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, U2 and Slash, also sold at the auction. The most prized item at the auction was Michael Jackson’s red ‘Thriller’ jacket, which sold for an incredible $1.8 million. Click here to check out the full list of items.


Ringo Starr podría tener su propio videojuego

Fuente: Rolling Stone mx

Ringo Starr podría tener próximamente su propio videojuego para computadora y dispositivos móviles. Según dio a conocer Uk.gamespot.com, el ex baterista de The Beatles ha registrado el nombre de “Ringo” para ser usado en un videojuego de computadora.

Junto con su nombre se agregó la descripción de video juego para computadora y “juegos para computadora descargables vía Internet y dispositivos inalámbricos,” lo cual podría tratarse de una aplicación también para aparatos móviles alrededor del mundo.

Hasta el momento el ex Beatle no ha desmentido los rumores y mucho menos ha querido emitir comentarios respecto a este posible nuevo proyecto.