It doesn't matter if you're one of the most famous musicians in the world: when the city government gets involved, you're in for a fight. Ringo Starr has been stopped from building a conservatory at his London home.The former Beatle applied to local British authorities for planning permission to add the feature to his three-bedroom penthouse which is located on the famous King’s Road. However, the red brick apartment block -- which was built in the 1930s -- is situated in a conservation area...Read Full Story
He's only getting better with age. Ringo Starr celebrated his 70th birthday yesterday with a party in New York’s Times Square.The former Beatle stepped outside the Hard Rock Cafe at midday with his friends and family, including wife Barbara Bach, to lead the huge throng of well-wishers who had gathered in a "Peace and Love" salute. The drummer told the crowd that being in the city for his birthday was a “magical moment”, and just as special as being there with the Fab Four in 1964.At one...Read Full Story
Ringo Starr has it rough these days. He now apparently spends his time going to flower shows and hanging out with former models. Here he is with Twiggy, Lulu, Olivia Harrison, and Barbara Bach at the annual Chelsea Flower Show in London, England. In October of 2008, Ringo posted a video on his website stating that, after October 20 of that year, he will no longer sign autographs. The reason he gave was that he's just too busy. No one knew what he was doing but it's finally been revealed...Read Full Story
Ringo Starr should be a pro at The Beatles: Rock Band video game, after all, he is a Beatle. But, he's not. The group's drummer has tried to get better at the game, but it seems like a lost cause. He said: “I’m absolutely crap at it. We tried it when they were putting it together and they’d bring all these geniuses out to play it. It’s too frantic for me.” Ringo Starr (Bauer Griffin) Ringo, 69, thinks he is now too old to master video games and wants to live the fun to the younger...Read Full Story
Ringo Starr (born July 7, 1940) was a member of the legendary rock band The Beatles. He was the groups drummer. See more about Ringo Starr here.