Ringo At the Ryman
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Ringo at the Ryman, filmed on July 7, 2012, celebrates Ringo’s birthday with an extra speciallineup touching on some unforgettable hits spanning four decades—from Steve Lukather (Toto),Richard Page (Mr. Mister), Mark Rivera (Billy Joel), Gregg Rolie (Journey, Santana), Todd Rundgrenand Gregg Bissonette. Ringo at the Ryman is a musical journey featuring great players and great classic hit songs,all-in-all a momentous celebration, and a heck of a birthday party.The set list is undeniably familiar: “It Don’t Come Easy,” “Act Naturally,”“Photograph,” “I Wanna Be Your Man,” “Yellow Submarine” and his bandmates’ contributions“Rosanna,” “Kyrie Eleison,” “Bang The Drum All Day” “Black Magic Woman” and so many more.During the show at the Ryman, the All Starrs weren’t the only stars out that night. Joe Walshmakes a special guest appearance to play “Rocky Mountain Way” and is then joined for the show’sencore, “With A Little Help From My Friends,” by his daughter Lucy Walsh and some of Nashville’sfi nest players, such as Brendan Benson, Kix Brooks, Gary Burr, Vince Gill, Brad Paisley and formerAll Starr-alums Felix Cavaliere and Richard Marx.Ringo Starr is a living legend whose contribution to the roots of rock and roll is immeasurable,not only as a Beatle, but also through his prolific and successful solo career. In gathering a newgroup of iconic rockers to play as the All Starr Band each tour, every configuration offers a newand memorable moment where we get to experience songs we all know and love.
Starring Brent Carpenter, Rusty Wilcoxen