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.
On Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. This installment is taken from a 1992 interview with Ringo Starr, who was promoting his then-current album, “Time Takes Time.” This Minimation was animated for Radio.com by Jakob Strunk of Strunk Cartoons.
“To play with him is very special,” McCartney says during the video.
Thanks to a new interview with Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney – conducted by David Letterman – Sunday night’s The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles – has gone from being a two […]
“The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles” airs on CBS Feb. 9 at 8 p.m. ET.
The producer/bassist was the show’s musical director, and he tells us about some of the highlights.
Letterman interviewed the surviving Beatles together, yesterday at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Ringo has re-hired the last incarnation of the band, including Gregg Rolie and Todd Rundgren.
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The Eurythmics also reunited; Stevie Wonder, Joe Walsh, Dave Grohl were among other performers.