Twice member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Ringo Star will hit the road again with the latest version of his All-Starr Band for a tour that will take place at Mystic Lake Casino on October 2.
Ticket prices start at $89 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday through Ticketmaster.
Starr was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with the Beatles in 1988. In 2015, he became the last of the band’s four members to be inducted solo.
The man born Richard Starkey Jr., now 81, provided lead vocals for a handful of Beatles songs, including “Yellow Submarine”, “With a Little Help from My Friends”, “Don’t Pass Me By” and “Octopus’s Garden”. ”
When the Beatles broke up in 1970, Starr quickly released his first solo albums, the collection of standards “Sentimental Journey” and the country-inspired “Many of Blues.” He found his biggest hit with 1973’s “Ringo” and his hits “Photograph” and “You’re Sixteen.”
Starr founded the All-Starr Band in 1989 with the idea that “everyone on stage is a star in their own right”. In the years that followed, he toured with 14 line-ups in the band, which featured a long line of musicians including Joe Walsh, Billy Preston, Peter Frampton, Jack Bruce, Sheila E., Billy Squier and Richard Marx. During the shows, Starr plays selections from his own catalog as well as tracks from his various bandmates.
In 2019 Starr released his 20th solo album, “What’s My Name”. In an interview last year with Esquire, Starr said it was likely her last full album and has since released two EPs, “Zoom In” and “Change the World.”
The current All-Star Band line-up includes Colin Hay (Men at Work), Steve Lukather (Toto), Edgar Winter (“Frankenstein,” “Free Ride”), Hamish Stuart (Average White Band, Paul McCartney), Warren Ham ( Bloodrock) and Gregg Bissonette (David Lee Roth).