It’s tricky to interview a Beatle, but our eight minutes with Ringo Starr was as delightful as could be. Ringo talked about his new art exhibit now on display, how much he loves the current iteration of his band, and the possibility of doing an All-Starr country band.
TIP: don’t start your conversation with Ringo by asking about the Fab Four.
The producer/bassist was the show’s musical director. He told us about some of the show’s highlights.
The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute To The Beatles will air on Sunday, February 9 at 8 pm ET, 50 years to the day and time that the Beatles made their debut.
Celebrating The Beatles on Ed Sullivan 50 Years Later, With a Little Help From Reunited Eurythmics, Perry, Grohl & Wonder
Following Sunday’s GRAMMYs, an all-star cast of characters paid tribute to The Beatles’ Ed Sullivan debut 50 years ago, for a TV special to air on the exact anniversary.
GRAMMYs exec producer Ken Ehrlich on how Kendrick suggested a collabo with Imagine Dragons and what goes into getting Beatles together.
This is the first time the two have performed together since 2009 at a benefit for David Lynch.
Starr will voice a new character named “Fibonacci Sequins,” who is described as a “flamboyant mathematician.”
Beatles fans have been waiting for nearly a decade for a new volume of recordings of the band’s performances on the BBC. Now, the band and their record label is offering fans a sample.
Two CDs worth of unheard archived material not found on the acclaimed 1994 release Live At The BBC. For Vol 2’s, the anthology contains 63 tracks total, including 37 previously unreleased performances and 23 previously unreleased recordings.
This week’s episode — the second to last of a shortened, ten-part season — may have been the best, with a final goodbye to a longtime character and a particularly bloody jailbreak.
Ringo Starr has made “peace and love!” something of a catchphrase for himself in recent years, and since 2008, he’s asked fans to join him on his birthday (July 7) for “a moment of peace and love.”
Get ready to shop, Beatles fans. The deal with Universal Music paves the way for a slew of new Beatles products to start hitting store shelves as soon as next month.
“Please Please Me” was famously recorded in a 10-hour session. Today, it’s the premise for a reality show, but back then, it was simply what the budget allowed for.
Ringo: Peace & Love will cover his early bands (including Rory Storm & The Hurricanes) as well as The Beatles, his solo career and his acting career. Among the cool stuff you’ll get to see at the exhibit: the drum kit he used when The Beatles played Shea Stadium, the drum kit he used when they played The Ed Sullivan Show and his Sgt. Pepper suit.
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