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RINGO AT HELSINKI ICE HALL FINLAND

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Ringo and his All Starr Band at Helsinki Ice Hall Finland.



RINGO AND HIS ALL STARR BAND COMING TO BINGHAMTON

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Ringo Starr and the All Starr Band is coming to the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena and officials from the organization said they are excited to welcome the rock star to the community.

Ringo will be hitting the stage on Tuesday, September 18.

The Southern Tier will be one of only 20 stops in the United States for the band’s tour this year.

“His tour dates and where he’s stopping before and after is in a lot of big cities,” said Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena General Manager, Chris Marion. “To have a stop here in Binghamton, we feel very fortunate that Magic City Productions decided to bring him to this building.”

Marion said the last time the arena brought in a famous performer was back in 2016 when James Taylor performed.

Marion said he hopes the upcoming concert will sell out tickets.

“As people know, we don’t always have a lot of big concerts here in the summer time, because all of the surrounding venues to get a lot of the big shows,” said Marion. “So, we’re really excited to have a show of this caliber here at the arena.”

Ringo Starr and the All Starr Band will be making a stop in Binghamton as part of their 2018 tour. They will perform at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena on September 18th. The 2018 All Starr Band includes Colin Hay (Men At Work), Steve Lukather (Toto), Gregg Rolie (Journey, Santana) and Graham Gouldman of 10cc. Warren Ham will be on percussion and sax, and Gregg Bissonette will be on drums.

You can find the tickets … H E R E .

TO CELEBRATE THE ELECTRIC FETUS’ 50th ANNIVERSARY, RINGO WHIPPED UP A QUICK VIDEO

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To celebrate the Electric Fetus’ 50th anniversary this weekend, Ringo whipped up a quick video acknowledging the local music emporium’s significant milestone. (Video… Here)

“I want to congratulate you for still being open and still selling records,” Ringo says in the video. “And thanks for the T-shirt—not this one, another one.”
Ringo’s referring to the Fetus T-shirt he wore to the Grammys in 2010, which he was given by his nephew Christian-Philippe Quilici, who was, at the time, the events coordinator for the Star Tribune arts and entertainment publication, Vita.mn (RIP). It was quite the significant local music iteam at the time. To return the love, the Fetus threw a 75th birthday celebration in Ringo’s honor in 2015 .

The Fetus had a hell of a celebration over the past week, with multiple in-store performances, capped by a big First Ave show on Saturday night. And there were also testimonial videos from Ringo pal Joe Walsh and local boy made good Dan Wilson.
Ringo, will be in the Twin Cities this fall, when he and his All-Starr Band perform at the Ordway on Sept. 23.

RINGO AND HIS ALL STARR BAND AT FLENS ARENA, FLENSBURG, GERMANY

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Ringo and his all starr band at Flensburg Flens Arena.

A piece of history in the flensburg arena: the original drums of Ringo from 1966

SETLIST:

Matchbox
It Don’t Come Easy
Dreadlock Holiday
Evil Ways
Rosanna
Down Under
Boys
Don’t Pass Me By
Yellow Submarine
I’m Not in Love
Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen
You’re Sixteen
Who Can It Be Now?
The Things We Do for Love
Oye como va
I Wanna Be Your Man
Hold the Line
Photograph
Act Naturally
With a Little Help From My Friends

 

 


RINGO & HIS ALL STARR BAND IN HOLLAND

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Ringo & his All Starr Band at Holland International Blues Festival.

SETLIST:

Matchbox
It Don’t Come Easy
Dreadlock Holiday
Rosanna
Down Under
Boys
Yellow Submarine
Black Magic Woman/Gypsy Queen
I Wanna Be Your Man
Hold the Line
Oye como va
Photograph
With a Little Help From My Friends

 

RINGO AND HIS ALL STARR BAND IN GRONINGEN

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Ringo and his All Starr Band arrived at Groningen Airport Eelde at the evening.

Ringo arrived in a private plane, an Embraer Legacy 650.

Gregg Rolie, arrives at the Prinsenhof.