Venue: The Pearl
4321 W. Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas, NV
Show Dates: November 22, 2013 - November 23, 2013
Show Times: 8pm
Age Restriction: 6
$90 - $144.30
Ringo Starr will always be best known as the drummer for The Beatles He played with the rock legends from 1962 - 1970. When The Beatles disbanded, Starr went solo with two projects. The first, an album called "Sentimental Journey," featured covers of pre-rock standards. The second, "Beacoups of Blues," was a country music collection.
Starr then scored Top 10 hits with two non-album singles, "It Don't Come Easy" in 1971 and "Back off Boogaloo," in 1972. In 1973, with assistance from the three other ex-Beatles, he made "Ringo," which featured two No. 1 hits, "Photograph" and "You're Sixteen." "Oh My My," a Top 10 hit, was also included. Almost as successful was the 1974 follow-up, "Goodnight Vienna," which featured the hits "Only You" and "No No Song."
Starr continued to release albums through the '80s. In 1989 he began to tour with his "All-Starr Band."
In 1992, Starr signed to Private Music and released a new studio album, "Time Takes Time." "Vertical Man," his first album on the Mercury label, followed in 1998, along with a disc culled from his performance on the VH1 Storytellers series. Starr's first seasonal effort, "I Wanna Be Santa Claus," appeared a year later.
Ringo's two Las Vegas performances will come after completion of concert tours around Latin America and the Pacific Rim. The extended dates were announced on the heels of the release of the DVD "Ringo at the Ryman" -- a filmed live performance from Nashville's Ryman Auditorium.
On June 12, the Grammy Museum will launch its first exhibition dedicated to Starr: "Ringo: Peace & Love."