Ringo Starr launched his career nearly six decades ago as the mop-topped drummer for the Fab Four, The Beatles, and on the verge of 80 is as active on the music scene as ever. With 2019 marking the 30th anniversary of Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band, the drummer/entertainer extraordinaire will hit the road for a celebratory tour that includes stops across Japan and North America, including Harrah's Resort Southern California, the Pavilion at Ravinia near Chicago, the Ryman Auditorium in Memphis, Tenn., the Greek Theater in LA, and more. Don't miss your chance to see the living legend live; grab your Ringo Starr tickets at StubHub.
A Liverpool Legend
Ringo Starr first began making a mark on the London music scene back in the late 1950s, eventually leading to him joining up with The Beatles in the 1960s on the band's way to international superstardom. From there, Starr would be a major part of iconic releases like The White Album, Abbey Road and others, which in turn made him one of the most famous musicians of the 20th century. But even though The Beatles certainly helped to put Starr on the map, Ringo would go on to have a successful solo career as well, ultimately forming Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band in 1989. In addition to making headway as a solo artist, the All-Starr Band would also put together a series of hits with Ringo at the center, leading to some very popular concert tours as well. Some of their most famous tracks include hits like "Don't Pass Me By," "With a Little Help from My Friends" and plenty of others as well, ensuring that Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band concert tickets are always popular whenever a new concert tour is announced. With nearly a lifetime as a musical legend and a current day concert tour that continues to deliver electrifying shows, Ringo is one of those performers that no fan can afford to miss when he comes to a stage nearby.
The early 1960s was a pivotal time in the career of Ringo Starr, who originally emerged as a popular artist along with band The Hurricanes. Oddly enough, the Hurricanes originally received top-billing over The Beatles when the two bands got together in the early 1960s, although eventually Ringo leave The Hurricanes to join The Beatles as the band's new drummer in 1962. Just a couple of years later, The Beatles would outgrow their enormous popularity in Britain and became a sensation in the US as well.