Friday, April 12, 2024

Ringo Starr Moves His 2020 All Starr Band Dates to 2021 Because, You Know, It Don’t Come Easy

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Ringo Starr — well, just Ringo to us– knows it don’t come easy. He tours every year with his All Starr Band of top notch musicians. But the 2020 tour, which was supposed to begin on May 29th, has been put off for a year.
Ringo’s band includes this stellar line up: Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Gregg Rolie, Warren Ham, Gregg Bissonette, and Hamish Stuart.
“This is very difficult for me,” said Ringo, “in 30 years I think I’ve only missed 2 or 3 gigs nevermind a whole tour.  But this is how things are for all of us now, I have to stay in just like you have to stay in, and we all know it’s the peace and loving thing we do for each other.  So we have moved the Spring tour to 2021. My fans know I love them, and I love to play for them and I can’t wait to see you all as soon as possible. In the meantime stay safe. Peace and Love to you all.”
In the meantime, we can listen to Ringo’s most recent album. It’s really good.

Here are the rescheduled Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band Spring 2021 Tour Dates, alongside the original:
                                                2021:                                      2020:
Casino Rama, Rama, Ontario New date TBA   Previously May 29, 2020
Casino Rama, Rama, Ontario New date TBA, Previously May 30, 2020
Paramount Theatre, Asbury Park, NJ New June 1,  Previously June 14, 2020
Boch Center Wang Theatre, Boston, MA New June 3 with The Avett Brothers,  Previously June 10, 2020
Bank of NH Pavilion, Gilford, NH New June 5 with The Avett Brothers, Previously June 11, 2020
State Theatre, Easton PA New June 7, Previously June 6, 2020
Beacon Theater, New York, NY  New June 8, Previously June 2, 2020
Beacon Theater, New York, NY  New June 9, Previously June 9, 2020
Beacon Theater, New York, NY  New June 11, Previously June 5, 2020
Count Basie Theatre, Red Bank, NJ New June 12, Previously June 7, 2020
Providence Performing Arts Center, Providence, RI New June 13, Previously June 13, 2020
Modell Lyric Theatre, Baltimore, MD New June 15,  Previously June 16, 2020
Modell Lyric Theatre, Baltimore, MD New June 16, Previously June 17, 2020
PPG Paints Arena, Pittsburgh, PA New June 18, Previously June 20, 2020
Tanglewood, Lenox, MA New June 19, Previously June 19, 2020
Metropolitan Opera House, Philadelphia, PA New June 20, Previously June 21, 2020
Cobb Energy Centre, Atlanta, GA New June 22, Previously June 23, 2020
Cobb Energy Centre, Atlanta, GA New June 23, Previously June 24, 2020
St Augustine Amphitheatre, St Augustine, FL New June 25, Previously June 26, 2020
Hard Rock Casino, Hollywood, FL New June 26, Previously June 27, 2020
Ruth Eckerd Hall, Clearwater, FL New June 27,  Previously June 28, 2020
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