This article from Undercover Music News was also reported in the Norwegian newspaper Fedrelandsvennen (although in a different language)
Ringo Starr has taken the Beatle melodies to the Russian stage for the first time.
His Tuesday night performance in Moscow was before 2,400 middle-aged fans, who in the Beatles hey day only ever got to hear them but tuning in to short wave radio.
Ringo's All-Starr band featured Peter Frampton on guitar, Jack Bruce (Cream) on bass and Gary Brooker (Procol Harum) on keyboards.
The set included many of the old Beatle songs that Ringo originally sang, including Yellow Submarine and With A Little Help From My Friends as well as the Beatle song Ringo didn't play on, Love Me Do, which and re-recorded for his new album.
Part of the attraction of Ringo's All Starr Band is that the members also get to play some of their original hits. In Moscow, the band also played Procul Harem's A Whiter Shade of Pale and Cream's White Room.
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