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Tag: Ringo Starr

New Music from Ringo!

Published 2 months ago by AJ Edmonds

Ringo Starr announces a new EP! ‘Change the World’ drops September 24 on CD, cassette and digital download. A 10 inch vinyl version will be available on November 19.

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Peace and Love

Published 3 months ago by AJ Edmonds

Peace and Love!

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Peace, Love and Ringo! July 7 @ 12 Noon

Published 3 months ago by AJ Edmonds

Ringo Starr’s annual Peace and Love birthday initiative is a tradition he started in 2008. He was asked by a reporter what he would like for his birthday.

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Dave Grohl’s New All Star Documentary: ‘What Drives Us’

Published 6 months ago by AJ Edmonds

'What Drives Us’ explores what it’s like to get a band together, jump in a van and take it on the road, not knowing if success or failure lies ahead!...

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New from Ringo!

Published 10 months ago by AJ Edmonds

Ringo Starr has release a new song, “Here’s to the Night,” featuring some of our other fav artists:

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(De)Tour Features Ringo and More!

Published 14 months ago by AJ Edmonds

Ready for another exciting music festival? The “(De)Tour Festival," streaming Saturday, August 15th, will feature artists performing from their homes and from the stages of empty LA venues, including: The...

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ADVANCED MUSIC HISTORY Cheat Sheet for July 7

Published 16 months ago by Jim Nelson

BORN


RINGO STARR (born Richard Starkey)

THIS HAPPENED


In 1954, By simply playing a new song that he liked by an unknown artist, WHBQ Memphis DJ Dewey Phillips became a star in his own right. That unknown artist was Elvis Presley, and the song Phillips premiered on the air was “That’s All Right Mama.”

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Echo In The Canyon: LA’s Laurel Canyon In The 1960s

Published 3 years ago by Marc "Mookie" Kaczor

Echo In The Canyon celebrates the explosion of popular music that came out of LA’s Laurel Canyon in the mid-60s as folk went electric and The Byrds, The Beach Boys, Buffalo Springfield and The Mamas and the Papas gave birth to the California Sound. 

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