Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band
In January of 2022, Ringo Starr announced that he would be touring with Steve Lukather, the lead singer, guitarist, and founder of Toto, and Colin Hay, the lead singer of Men at Work. The band also includes Edgar Winter, Warren Ham, Hamish Stuart from Average White Band, and Gregg Bissonette. Ringo started his All-Starr band in 1989, with a new lineup of artists each time. He has kept virtually the same band members since 2019. When Ringo was asked why he has kept the band, he told press that "(the current) band is good for me.” This tours set list included hits from each of the band members. A few of these top songs were, “Yellow Submarine” by the Beatles, “Down Under” by Toto, “Pick up the Pieces” by Average White Band, and “With a Little Help
From My Friends” by the Beatles. The tour concluded today, October 13th, in Thackerville OK. Ringo is not done performing with this group, and has already announced that he will be continuing to tour in 2024. He has not released specific dates for when the tour will occur next year, but we know he will be back on stage!!