On June 12, he takes center stage as the Grammy Museum launches 'Ringo: Peace & Love,' the first major exhibit focused on a drummer. Paul isn't the only Beatles alum still going strong. Ringo is keeping busy, too.
The drummer brings his All Starr band with him on a Latin American tour, kicking off on Oct. 29 in Sao Paolo, Brazi.
LIVERPOOL Echo readers have taken their cameras here, there and everywhere in response to our call for images inspired by Beatles songs.
Today we bring you the fifth and final instalment of the hundreds of photographs we have received in the weeks since launching our Beatles Songbook
Ringo Starr announced early Monday he is taking his current version of the All-Starr Band with whom he just wrapped up a tour in the Pacific Rim including dates in New Zealand, Australia and Japan on a new tour of Mexico and Latin America, plus two dates in the U.S., in October and November.
The new iPad book “Linda McCartney – Life in Photographs” from Taschen that became available through iTunes Thursday is more than a book but an exhibit in the way it displays the photographs from throughout her life.
The book features over 170 photos taken from her extensive archives.
George Harrison's widow has joined tributes to a Swansea rock musician honoured with a blue plaque.
Pete Ham, who co-wrote Without You, a hit for both Harry Nilsson and Mariah Carey, worked with the Beatle while in the band Badfinger.
OTTAWA — In what is probably the fastest-selling show in the history of Scotiabank Place, tickets to a July concert by Paul McCartney sold out in less than 10 minutes Friday.
Gotta Have It! Collectibles based in New York is offering a set of four Beatles collarless jackets in their latest online auction. The Rock and Roll Pop Culture Auction was launched on April 24 and runs through May 3.
Lot #28 features four jackets worn by John,
Bringing back a bit of history
When Tom Petty released his first solo album "Full Moon Fever," he relied on some heavy hitters to back him up, most notably Electric Light Orchestra mastermind Jeff Lynne, Roy Orbison and George Harrison.
Even though it was a solo project, he also had quite a bit of help from Mike Campbell of Petty's backing band, the Heartbreakers.
VIKINGS chairman Steve O’Connor is stumping up a multi-million pound investment to breathe a new lease of life into one of Liverpool’s most historical locations.
The Widnes businessman’s property development company, the Steppingstone Group, will regenerate Quarry Street in Woolton, made famous by The Beatles.
James McCartney announced Thursday on Facebook he'll be playing at the Bonnaroo Music Festival June 15. It'll be the second time this summer that he and father Paul McCartney will be on the same bill.
“Very excited to announce I'll be performing at this year's Bonnaroo on June 15th...!,”