Ringo Starr Biography
July 7, 2011 by Post Team
Ringo Starr Biography, We are delighted to wish a very happy 71st birthday Beatles drummer, actor, lead singer and accomplished Ringo Starr. Although perhaps the least Beatle musically, it looks like a good boy Ringo, positive attitude, and (most importantly) his vocal contributions to several favorite Beatles songs (“Yellow Submarine” and “With a little help from my friends “especially) have what the fans want for almost half a century.
Richard Starkey was born in Liverpool; various childhood diseases plagued Ringo, including appendicitis and pleurisy. He played in several local skiffle and rock & roll bands before settling down in the battery of Pete Best Beatles in 1961 and ’62. In August 1962, the Beatles had replaced Ringo definitely better, and the rest, of course, is history.
After the “breakup of the Beatles in 1970, Ringo released a pair of novelty records before recording his solo success with” Do not Come Easy “(1971) and” Back Off Boogaloo “(1972). His seventy albums Ringo and Goodnight Vienna were also notable successes, and the late 80′s, Ringo had formed the All-Starr band, a rotating lineup of backing musicians he writes and travels today. In addition to music, Ringo appeared in several films including “The Magic Christian” with Peter Sellers, as well as the memorable story of the first two series Thomas the Tank Engine. And Ringo last album was not released in January 2010 with a duet with Paul McCartney in the first single “Walk With You”.
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