New Ringo Starr exhibit features legendary Beatles outfits, rare photos, letters

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Ringo: Peace & Love, the first major exhibit ever focusing on a rock drummer, opens today at the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. Ringo Starr loaned many personal items for display including clothing, artifacts and letters from his decade-spanning profession as the world's most famous drummer.

Many of Ringo's outfits worn throughout The Beatles' career are on exhibit including his pink Sgt. Pepper uniform, the black sweater and pants outfit from The Beatles' movie, 'Help!', the red jacket worn during the infamous Beatles' rooftop concert and the black suit he wore when The Beatles performed in Japan in 1966.

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Source: The Examiner

Photo Credit: Trina Yannicos

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6/15/2013 11:59 AM
He Changed The Beatles

I would like to say that I believe if Ringo had not been the drummer for them, things would have been quite different. There are many great songs from them that Ringo sings. His playing style fit them like a glove. He certainly deserves an exhibit of his own. My hat off to you Ringo!

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