Ringo said: “I’m happier where I am now,” told Closer Weekly at the recent Facing Addiction with NCADD Gala 2018 at the Rainbow Room in New York City. “I mean, it was great [when we were] young guys hanging out, but [Paul McCartney and I] have our own careers now.”
“We did that,” said Ringo, “In 1970, we split up as that band, and it doesn’t mean we didn’t love each other — it just meant we are on another path.”
Since the band broke up, Ringo has since found himself recording new music with Paul. When he previously spoke last year, he couldn’t help but gush about Paul’s musical talents. “Paul’s the most melodic bass player in the world, and I love him,” he said. “We play the best we can and support each other.”
“It would be nice to be 70 again,” he joked. “But you get up in the morning and you try to have the best day you can. And be in the best spirit that you can be!”
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