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Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band In The Fall

05:01 PM Monday 4/29/13 | |

As the saying goes – if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Ringo Starr has booked another round of dates with the All Starr lineup featuring Todd Rundgren, Toto’s Steve Lukather, Richard Page, Mark Rivera, Gregg Rolie and Gregg Bissonette.

The current incarnation of Ringo Starr & His All Starr Band toured North America last summer and played New Zealand, Australia and Japan in February and March.

Page is the former singer and bassist for Mr. Mister.

Rivera, who became Ringo’s music director in the mid-‘90s, has been playing with the Billy Joel band since 1982. The saxophonist and multi-instrumentalist also toured or recorded with acts including Elton John and Peter Gabriel.

Keyboardist/organist/singer Rolie is best known as one of the founding members of Santana and Journey.

Since Bissonette got his big break playing drums in the David Lee Roth band, he’s toured with Toto and recorded with the likes of Carlos Santana, Joe Satriani and Don Henley.

Now the Starrs have their sights set on South America. Along with gigs in Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina and Peru, the fall routing also includes a few nights in Mexico and Las Vegas.
    
This is the plan:

Oct. 29 – Sao Paulo, Brazil, Credicard Hall     
Oct. 31 – Curitiba, Brazil, Positivo     
Nov. 2 – Punta del Este, Uruguay, Conrad Resort     
Nov. 4 – Asuncion, Paraguay, Leon Condou     
Nov. 6 – Cordoba, Argentina, Orfeo Superdomo     
Nov. 8 – Buenos Aires, Argentina, Luna Park     
Nov. 11 – Lima, Peru, Jockey Club     
Nov. 13 – Mexico City, Mexico, Auditorio Nacional     
Nov. 16 – Guadalajara, Mexico, Auditorio Telmex     
Nov. 18 – Monterrey, Mexico, Auditorio Banamex     
Nov. 22 – Las Vegas, Nev., The Palms Casino Resort     
Nov. 23 – Las Vegas, Nev., The Palms Casino Resort

More dates will be announced.

Tickets for the Las Vegas dates go on sale May 3.

For more information visit RingoStarr.com.
 


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