LOS ANGELES — Baby boomers got the latest reminder Tuesday that time is marching on. And a drummer provided the beat. Ringo Starr — the oldest of The Beatles, the enduring symbol of our youth […]
The legendary Beatles drummer will host the “Peace & Love” ceremony in front of the iconic Capitol Records building in Hollywood.
Miley Cyrus jamming with Joan Jett and Dave Grohl was a highlight; so was the duet between Stevie Wonder and John Legend.
Five of the strongest selections in this lengthy period of his discography, many of which included performances and songwriting credits from your purportedly favorites.
Stevie Wonder, Fall Out Boy and John Mayer will also be among the presenters.
It’s yet another big year for Ringo. He’s hitting the road, and he’s also being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for the second time.
The induction ceremony will take place Cleveland’s Public Hall on April 18, 2015; tickets go on sale this Thursday.
His feet don’t just stomp on drum and hi-hat pedals; they now model relaxed footwear as well.
Universal Music confirmed to Radio.com that this is the first time that solo songs from the Beatles have been packaged together in this way,
Ringo Starr doesn’t actually like being interviewed. He will cut the interview short if he doesn’t like the line of questioning, which especially includes asking too many Beatles questions. He’s much happier just having a conversation. Alas, on a day off from his latest All-Starr Band tour, he’s at the Soho Contemporary Art Gallery in New York City to talk about his computer generated artwork, which he’s been working on since about 2005. His art promotes his all-but trademarked message of — you guessed it — peace and love.