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         Starr Ringo:     more books (102)
  1. Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band...magazine
  2. Goldmine: The Collector's Record and Compact Disc Marketplace June 12, 1992 Vol. 18, No12 Issue 310 Ringo Starr Cover by 1992-01-01
  3. Blender March 2008 Britney Spears Cover, Natasha Bedingfield, Lil Wayne, Ringo Starr, Paramore, Lenny Kravitz
  4. Rolling Stone Magazine # 342 Ringo Starr (Single Back Issue) by Rolling Stone, 1981
  5. The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics by The Beatles, John Lennon, et all 1973
  6. The Beatles Anthology by Beatles, John Lennon, et all 2002-09-01
  7. Rolling Stone February 4 2010 John Mayer on Cover, Son of Osama Bin Laden, Vampire Weekend, Spoon, Taylor Swift, Ringo Starr, Opening Jimi Hendrix's Archives
  8. Mojo Magazine Issue 92 J, P, G & R FOUR COVER SET (July, 2001) (Beatles 4 part individual covers) by Beatles, John Lennon, et all 2001
  9. Mojo Magazine Issue 57 (August, 1998) (Prince; Dr. John; Gene Clark; Randy Newman; James Brown; Joni Mitchell cover) by Glastonbury, Beastie Boys, et all 1998
  10. The Second Golden Beatles Album (Beatles Piano/Vocal official songbooks, Volume II) by Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, George Harrison John Lennon, 1966
  11. The New Top 40 Song Chart Piano/Vocal (Super Songs From Super Stars, Featuring Intermediate Piano Solo of Tie A Yellow Ribbon) by Perry Como, Helen Reddy, Chicago, Ringo Starr and more... Various Artists including Cher, 1973
  12. BEATLES MADNESS - Exclusive Interviews by Martin A. (re: The Beatles: John Lennon; Paul McCartney; George Harrison; Ringo Starr) Grove, 1978
  13. Trouble for Thomas and Other Stories (Book & Cassette) by W. Audry, 1991-08
  14. The Beatles Complete for Portable Chord Organ by John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison) The Beatles (Ringo Starr, 1970-01-01

121. Ringo Starr Biography
ringo starr, a biography that traces his roots from Liverpool to stardom with The Beatles, to his current All starr Band.
Ringo Starr biography
Ringo Starr, a biography that traces his roots from Liverpool to stardom with The Beatles, to his current All Starr Band.
When Ringo was born on July 7, 1940 in Liverpool, his parents, Richard Starkey and Elsie Gleave decided that Ringo should be named after his father. But his parents’ marriage did not last and Ringo and his mother had to move to a smaller house because of financial constraints. His mother remarried a few years later and Harry Graves became Ringo’s step father. It was Harry who bought Ringo his first drum set. In 1959, Ringo officially joined a band called Rory Storm and the Raving Texans. It was around this time that Ringo received his nick name. Since Ringo used to wear many rings on his fingers, he was urged to adapt the moniker “Ringo”; it placed a western, cowboy spin to the word ring. He also decided to shorten his last name Starkey to Starr so that his drum solo act could be billed as “Starr” time. And thus the name Ringo Starr was born. Later the group decided to change their name to Rory Storm and The Hurricanes. In 1960, the group went over to Hamburg to play at the Kaiserkeller and this was where Ringo became acquainted with The Beatles. In August of 1962, Ringo was asked to join The Beatles and he jumped at the opportunity.

122. R I N G O T O U R 2 0 0 3
2003 tour schedule, press releases, reviews, and other information on ringo and The AllStarrs.

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