“Oh My My” is a song by Ringo Starr from his 1973 album “Ringo”. It was also issued as the third single from the album, becoming a top-five hit in the United States and Canada. The recording was produced by Richard Perry and includes backing vocals by Merry Clayton and Martha Reeves.
“Oh My My” was co-written by Ringo and Vini Poncia, a recurrent collaborator of Ringo’s during the 1970s. Billy Preston plays keyboards on the track. Both Ringo and Jim Keltner play drums, while Klaus Voormann plays bass. Tom Scott plays the saxophone solo.
The song was first released as the opening track on side two of the Ringo LP, in November 1973.
Issued as a single on 18 February 1974 in the US, “Oh My My” peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, number 3 in Canada and number 24 on the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, making it one of the most successful songs of Starr’s career.
The song was released on a UK single on 9 January 1976, backed with “No No Song”, to promote Ringo’s Blast from Your Past compilation album.
Ringo first performed “Oh My My” in 2008 with the tenth incarnation of his All-Starr Band.