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Ringo Announces 11th All Starr Outing

10:01 AM Thursday 1/14/10 |   |

Ringo Starr & His All Star Band has lined up summer tour dates beginning June 24 in Ontario and stretching all the way to August.

Who will accompany the Beatles drummer on this outing? Edgar Winter and Gary Wright return to the All Starr family as Ringo welcomes newcomers Rick Derringer, Mr. Mister’s Richard Page and Wally Palmar from The Romantics. Drummer Gregg Bissonette returns to help out on skins while Ringo plays host.

The tour kicks off with a two nighter – June 24 & 25 – in Niagara Falls, Ont., at the Fallsview Casino. Bethel Woods Center in Bethel, N.Y., is slotted for June 26 and Westbury, N.Y., welcomes the tour June 30 at the Westbury Theatre.

Other stops include Easton, Pa., at the State Theatre July 2; Atlantic City at Caesars Circus Maximus July 3; New York at Radio City Music Hall July 7 (Ringo’s Birthday); Clearwater, Fla., at Ruth Eckerd Hall July 13 and Hammond, Ind., at the Horseshoe Casino July 24. Last date on the schedule is Aug. 7 in Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre.

More dates and ticket information will be announced soon. For more information, click here for Ringo Starr’s Web site.


Comments

  1. clapton7 wrote:

    06:58 AM, Apr 30, 2010

    He should get Joe Walsh in the band again.

  2. blakhawk bill wrote:

    08:05 PM, Apr 29, 2010

    what a bunch of tools. you get too see Edgar Winter and Rick Derrenger together on stage. RD rocks like few can and Edgar will blow your mind. like to see them sans the rest but it'll be a rockin show for sure. Edgar actually wrote a song in honor of his heros (the Beatles) called peace and love and recorded it on his last great disc Rebel Road. Did the Beatles justice I have to say.

  3. Saneaux wrote:

    07:28 AM, Jan 20, 2010

    I had a great time at the lone All Starr Band show I went to (about two years ago in Ft. Lauderdale)...but his band lineups have certainly gone from a who's who of musicians to a who cares...

  4. Umpire wrote:

    04:20 PM, Jan 15, 2010

    McCartney gives you no less than 30 songs, sung all by himself.  Ringo gives you about 20 (and that is with all those other singers). I am sorry, he does not give you your moneys worth.  His shows are fun, but at the price of todays tickets, he can do much better.

  5. whatashow wrote:

    10:57 AM, Jan 15, 2010

    You are all wrong!  I've been to see Ringo and his All Star Band 4 times and each time he gave it his all.  The concerts were great.  He gives his musicans their own spotlight and kudos.  He has every right to have an ego -- we all do!!!!  That said -- he entertains and gives you your money's worth!

  6. Aslender wrote:

    10:56 AM, Jan 15, 2010

    8 Days, If he's so bad, why subject yourself to the show 10 times, or more?

    Umpire, why are you hating? Having an ego goes along with being the drummer for the Beatles. Get a girlfriend dude...there's somebody for everybody. Maybe Derringer and Winters rocking legend sounds will sit better with a little stank on your hanglow.

    Tell em Vern.

  7. vernieb wrote:

    05:26 AM, Jan 15, 2010

    Yeah, but I believe he has more #1s post-Beatles than the other 3 combined!

  8. Umpire wrote:

    10:21 PM, Jan 14, 2010

    I am glad I am not the only one who thinks Ringo has a HUGE ego.  Way too much ego for that very untalented head of his!!!!!

    www.rockandrollcollection.com

  9. 8 days a week wrote:

    07:07 PM, Jan 14, 2010

    Another weak line-up.Of course, Ringo will tell you he is the greatest ,so it must be worthy!He had better rock line-ups when he enlisted Jack Bruce, Peter Frampton,Todd Rundgren and others!!Unless youve never seen this huge ego in concert,save your money and go see almost anyone else!Ive seen 10 or so All Star Band shows and honestly its hard to watch him embarass himself!

  10. Umpire wrote:

    12:45 PM, Jan 14, 2010

    Weak line-up.  He has had much better...................