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Ringo Starr's New Album For 2017

Friday, September 15, 2017
New Ringo Starr album out now

Out today is Give More Love, the 19th solo album by Ringo Starr. The 10-track album features a wealth of guest co-writers and players, including Paul McCartney and brother-in-law Joe Walsh, as well as appearances by friends and All-Starr Band alumni such as Peter Frampton, Steve Lukather, Edgar Winter and others.

Source: WROR, Boston
Thursday, August 17, 2017

Listen: Ringo Starr shares country song from upcoming album

Ringo Starr's has shared a new song from his upcoming LP, the country-sounding track "So Wrong For So Long." The song was co-written with Dave Stewart, who performs the song with him. Starr says it was the first song written for the album when he and Dave Stewart had planned to make it a country LP. The new album is due out Sept. 15.

Source: Billboard
Wednesday, August 2, 2017
Longtime Ringo Starr engineer talks new album

Bruce Sugar, Ringo Starr's longtime recording engineer, is very enthusiastic about Ringo's forthcoming album, Give More Love, which will be released Sept. 15. "We're real happy with it. Everyone who's heard it can't wait till it's put out there in the universe." Sugar also said the songs that McCartney played on were challenging.

Source: Billboard
Friday, July 28, 2017

Joe Walsh
Joe Walsh on working with brother-in-law Ringo Starr

Since they're brothers-in-law, it doesn't take much to find Ringo and Joe Walsh working on each other's projects. They have a long history playing together, Walsh was in the original All-Starr Band in 1989, and it continues on Starr's new album with Walsh playing on two tracks, including the just-released rocker that also features Paul McCartney.

Source: WROR, Boston
Thursday, July 27, 2017
Listen: Ringo Starr's new song with Paul McCartney

Ringo Starr celebrates goofing off on the tour bus in his new all-starr track "We're on the Road Again," featuring Paul McCartney, the Eagles' Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter and the song's co-writer, Toto's Steve Lukather. Lukather's snarling guitar riff and McCartney's surprisingly punk-styled bass guitar anchor the arena-rock track.

Source: Rolling Stone

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