Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band

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Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band
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Ringo Starr and Rick Derringer live in 2011.
Background information
Origin London, England
Genres
Years active 1989–present
Labels
Members Ringo Starr
Steve Lukather
Gregg Rolie
Colin Hay
Graham Gouldman
Warren Ham
Gregg Bissonette
Past members See: Member section

Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band is a rock supergroup with shifting personnel, led by former Beatles drummer and vocalist Ringo Starr.

History and description[edit]

Since 1989, Starr has toured with thirteen variations of the band, where "everybody on stage is a star in their own right."[1] Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band is a concept that was created by producer David Fishof.

The band has consistently toured for over two decades, and rotates its line-up depending on the musicians' projects and availability at any given time. Typically at an All-Starr Band concert, Starr will perform some songs from both his solo career and his years with the Beatles, then each band member will take turns performing two to three hits from their own career as well as the occasional acoustic/solo spot. The All-Starrs do not generally release original music, but every few years a live album from the band is released, generally as part of a new All Starr Band.

Tours and members[edit]

Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Bands

First All-Starr Band
1989[2]

Guests


Second All-Starr Band
1992[8]

Guests

Other

Peter Cetera Left before the tour, replaced by Timothy B. Schmit.[7][8]


Third All-Starr Band
1995[13]

Guest

Other

  • Nils Lofgren (E Street Band) – guitar, vocals (left before tour due to an expected reunion of Bruce Springsteen's E-street Band, replaced by Mark Farner, but was opening act at some shows and played at one encore[7])[15][16][13]
  • Clarence Clemons (E Street Band) – saxophone, tambourine, percussion, vocals (left before tour started due to an expected reunion of Bruce Springsteen's E-street Band, replaced by Mark Rivera)[15][16][13]

Fourth All-Starr Band
1997–1998[17][18]

Guests

Others


Fifth All-Starr Band
1999[21]

Guests

Others

  • Joe Walsh (Eagles and James Gang) – guitar, vocals (left before tour started, but came on some shows to play on songs such as "Photograph" [Los Angeles on 18 March])[22]

Sixth All-Starr Band
2000[23]

Guests

  • Andy Summers (The Police) – guitar (one show only, played guitar on "Theme for an Imaginary Western" with Jack Bruce)[24]
  • Michael McDonald - vocals (on "With A Little Help From My Friends" in San Diego)
  • Gary Puckett - vocals (on "With A Little Help From My Friends" in San Diego)

Others


Seventh All-Starr Band
2001

Eighth All-Starr Band
2003[28]

Guests


Ninth All-Starr Band
2006

Others

  • Mark Hudson – guitar, bass, vocals (left before tour started)

Tenth All-Starr Band
2008

Guests


Eleventh All-Starr Band
2010–2011

Guests


Twelfth All-Starr Band
2012–2017

Guests


Thirteenth All-Starr Band
2018

Guests

  • Joan Baez – backing vocals (one show only in Paris, Olympia, on "With A Little Help From My Friends")
  • Klaus Voorman – backing vocals (one show only in Hamburg, June 11, on "With A Little Help From My Friends" and "Give Peace a Chance")

Timeline[edit]

Discography[edit]

Typical setlists[edit]

1989[edit]

23 July – 8 November 1989[7]

Played in US and Japan

  1. "It Don't Come Easy"
  2. "No No Song"
  3. "Yellow Submarine"
  4. "Iko Iko" or "Such a Night" (Dr. John)
  5. "The Weight" (Levon Helm, with Dr John and Rick Danko)
  6. "Shine Silently" (Nils Lofgren)
  7. "Will It Go Round in Circles" or "Get Back" (Japan only) (Billy Preston)
  8. "Act Naturally"
  9. "Honey Don't"
  10. "You're a Friend of Mine" (Clarence Clemons with Billy Preston)
  11. "The Shape I'm In" (Rick Danko)
  12. "Life in the Fast Lane" (Joe Walsh)
  13. "I Wanna Be Your Man" or "Back Off Boogaloo" / 15-minute intermission
  14. "Desperado" (Joe Walsh solo)
  15. "Raining in My Heart" (Rick Danko with Levon Helm)
  16. "Up on Cripple Creek" (Levon Helm with Rick Danko)
  17. "Boys"
  18. "Bein' Angry" (Nils Lofgren)
  19. "Candy" (Dr. John)
  20. "Right Place, Wrong Time" (Dr. John)
  21. "Quarter to Three" (Clarence Clemons)
  22. "Rocky Mountain Way" (Joe Walsh)
  23. "Nothing from Nothing" or "That's The Way God Planned It" (Billy Preston)
  24. "Photograph"
  25. "You're Sixteen"
  26. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

1992[edit]

2 June – 6 September 1992[35]

Played in US and Europe (Supporting Album Time Takes Time)

  1. "I'm the Greatest"
  2. "No No Song"
  3. "No Time" (Burton Cummings)
  4. "Girls Talk" (Dave Edmunds)
  5. "Look at Us Now" or "Rocky Mountain Way" (Joe Walsh)
  6. "I Can't Tell You Why" (Timothy B. Schmit)
  7. "Shine Silently" (Nils Lofgren)
  8. "Bang the Drum All Day" (Todd Rundgren)
  9. "Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
  10. "Yellow Submarine"
  11. "Desperado" or "Pretty Maids All in a Row" or "Meadows" or "Indian Summer" or "The Friend Song" or "The Way I Am" (Joe Walsh solo)
  12. "These Eyes" or "Stand Tall" or "Dream of A Child" or "A Fool A Fool I Met A Fool" or "Undun" (Burton Cummings solo, featuring Nils Lofgren and Timmy Cappello)
  13. "Lady Madonna" (Dave Edmunds solo)
  14. "Believe" or "Valentine" or "An Italian Folk Song" (Nils Lofgren solo)
  15. Medley: "What's Going On" - "Mercy Mercy Me" - "One World" or "There Goes My Inspiration" or "Lysistrata" or "Love of the Common Man" or "You've Got To Hide Your Love Away" or "The Wheel" (Todd Rundgren solo)
  16. "Keep on Tryin'" (Timothy B. Schmit, w/o Ringo)
  17. "Wiggle" (Timmy Cappello, w/o Ringo)
  18. "Black Maria" (Todd Rundgren, w/o Ringo)
  19. "In the City" or "Vote for Me" (Joe Walsh, w/o Ringo)
  20. "You're Sixteen"
  21. "Weight of the World"
  22. "Just a Little" or "Walkin' Nerve" (Nils Lofgren)
  23. "I Hear You Knocking" (Dave Edmunds)
  24. "American Woman" (Burton Cummings)
  25. "Boys"
  26. "Photograph"
  27. "Act Naturally"
  28. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

1995[edit]

2 July – 28 August 1995[35]

Played in Japan and US

  1. "Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
  2. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  3. "It Don't Come Easy"
  4. "The Loco-Motion" (Mark Farner)
  5. "Nothing from Nothing" (Billy Preston)
  6. "No Sugar Tonight" (Randy Bachman)
  7. "People Got to Be Free" (Felix Cavaliere)
  8. "Boris the Spider" (John Entwistle)
  9. "Boys"
  10. "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet" (Randy Bachman)
  11. "You're Sixteen"
  12. "Yellow Submarine"
  13. "My Wife" (John Entwistle, w/o Ringo)
  14. "I'm Your Captain" (Mark Farner, w/o Ringo)
  15. "Honey Don't"
  16. "Act Naturally"
  17. "Back Off Boogaloo" (Japan and some US shows)
  18. "Groovin'" (Felix Cavaliere)
  19. "Will It Go Round in Circles" (Billy Preston)
  20. "Takin' Care of Business" (Randy Bachman)
  21. "Some Kind of Wonderful" (Mark Farner)
  22. "Good Lovin'" (Felix Cavaliere)
  23. "Photograph"
  24. "No No Song"
  25. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

1997–1998[edit]

28 April – 7 June 1997 + 7 August – 5 September 1998[7]

Played U.S. in 97 and Europe and Russia in 98 (Supporting Album Vertical Man)

  1. "It Don't Come Easy"
  2. "Act Naturally"
  3. "The Devil That Came from Kansas" (Played only in America) or "Whiskey Train" (Played only in Europe) (Gary Brooker)
  4. "Show Me the Way" (Peter Frampton)
  5. "Sunshine of Your Love" (Jack Bruce with Peter Frampton)
  6. "Shooting Star" (Simon Kirke)
  7. "Boys"
  8. "Baby I Love Your Way" (Peter Frampton)
  9. "You're Sixteen" (1997 only) or "Love Me Do" (1998 only)
  10. "Yellow Submarine"
  11. "Theme for an Imaginary Western" (featuring Peter Frampton) or As You Said (Jack Bruce solo)
  12. "A Salty Dog" (Gary Brooker solo)
  13. "Norwegian Wood" or "Lines on My Face"(Played only in America) or "All I Want to Be (Is By Your Side)" (Played only in Europe) (Peter Frampton solo)
  14. "Conquistador (Gary Brooker, w/o Ringo)
  15. "I'm the Greatest"
  16. "No No Song"
  17. "La De Da" (1998 only)
  18. "I Feel Free" (Jack Bruce)
  19. "All Right Now" (Simon Kirke)
  20. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  21. "Do You Feel Like We Do" (Peter Frampton)
  22. "White Room" (Jack Bruce)
  23. "A Whiter Shade of Pale" (Gary Brooker)
  24. "Photograph"
  25. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

1999[edit]

12 February – 29 March 1999[7]

Played in US

  1. "It Don't Come Easy"
  2. "Act Naturally"
  3. "Whiskey Train" (Gary Brooker)
  4. "I Saw the Light" (Todd Rundgren)
  5. "Sunshine of Your Love" (Jack Bruce with Todd Rundgren)
  6. "Shooting Star" (Simon Kirke)
  7. "Boys"
  8. "Love Me Do"
  9. "Yellow Submarine"
  10. "Theme from an Imaginary Western" (Jack Bruce solo, featuring Todd Rundgren. Played on few show. In New York, the song features Andy Summers)
  11. "A Salty Dog" or "Conquistador" (Gary Brooker, w/o Ringo)
  12. "Hammer in My Heart" (Todd Rundgren, w/o Ringo)
  13. "I'm the Greatest"
  14. "No No Song"
  15. "Back Off Boogaloo"
  16. "I Feel Free" (Jack Bruce)
  17. "All Right Now" (Simon Kirke)
  18. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  19. "Bang the Drum All Day" (Todd Rundgren)
  20. "White Room" (Jack Bruce)
  21. "Whiter Shade of Pale" (Gary Brooker)
  22. "Photograph"
  23. "You're Sixteen" (not play during the first show)[36]
  24. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

2000[edit]

12 May – 1 July 2000[7]

Played in US

  1. "It Don't Come Easy"
  2. "Act Naturally"
  3. "Hungry Eyes" (Eric Carmen)
  4. "I Hear You Knockin'" (Dave Edmunds)
  5. "Sunshine of Your Love" (Jack Bruce with Dave Edmunds)
  6. "Shooting Star" (Simon Kirke)
  7. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  8. "Love Me Do"
  9. "Yellow Submarine"
  10. "Classical Gas/Lady Madonna" (Dave Edmunds solo)
  11. "Boats Against the Current" or "Never Gonna Fall in Love Again (Eric Carmen Solo)
  12. "Theme for an Imaginary Western" (Jack Bruce solo, with either Dave Edmunds or guest musician Andy Summers on guitar)
  13. "Go All The Way" (Eric Carmen)
  14. "I'm The Greatest"
  15. "No No Song"
  16. "Back Off Boogaloo"
  17. "I Feel Free" (Jack Bruce)
  18. "All Right Now" (Simon Kirke)
  19. "Boys"
  20. "I Knew the Bride (When She Used to Rock 'n' Roll)" (Dave Edmunds)
  21. "White Room" (Jack Bruce)
  22. "All By Myself" (Eric Carmen)
  23. "Photograph"
  24. "You're Sixteen"
  25. "With A Little Help From My Friends"

2001[edit]

12 May – 1 July 2001

Played in US

  1. "Photograph"
  2. "Act Naturally"
  3. "The Court of the Crimson King" (Greg Lake)
  4. "The Logical Song" (Roger Hodgson)
  5. "No One Is to Blame" (Howard Jones)
  6. "Cleveland Rocks" (Ian Hunter)
  7. "A Love Bizarre" (Sheila E.)
  8. "Boys"
  9. "Give a Little Bit" (Roger Hodgson)
  10. "You're Sixteen"
  11. "Yellow Submarine"
  12. "Karn Evil 9" (First Impressions, Pt. 2) (Greg Lake with Sheila E, and Howard Jones only)
  13. "I'm the Greatest"
  14. "No No Song"
  15. "Back Off Boogaloo"
  16. "Things Can Only Get Better" (Howard Jones)
  17. "Irene Wilde" or "Still Love Rock 'n' Roll" (Ian Hunter)
  18. "The Glamorous Life" (Sheila E.)
  19. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  20. "Lucky Man" (Greg Lake)
  21. "Everlasting Love" (Howard Jones)
  22. "Take the Long Way Home" (Roger Hodgson)
  23. "All the Young Dudes" (Ian Hunter)
  24. "It Don't Come Easy"
  25. "Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
  26. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

2003[edit]

24 July – 7 September 2003

Played in US (Supporting Album Ringo Rama)

  1. "It Don't Come Easy"
  2. "Honey Don't"
  3. "Memphis in Your Mind"
  4. "How Long" (Paul Carrack)
  5. "Down Under" (Colin Hay)
  6. "Isn't It Time" (John Waite)
  7. "A Love Bizarre" (Sheila E.)
  8. "Boys"
  9. "Overkill" (Colin Hay)
  10. "Act Naturally"
  11. "You're Sixteen"
  12. "Yellow Submarine"
  13. "Love Will Keep Us Alive" (Paul Carrack solo)
  14. "Beautiful World" (Colin Hay solo)
  15. "New York City Girl" (John Waite solo, featuring Paul Carrack and Mark Rivera)
  16. "Here Comes the Sun" (The All Starrs w/o Ringo)
  17. "Never Without You"
  18. "Don't Pass Me By"
  19. "No No Song"
  20. "Tempted" (Paul Carrack)
  21. "When I See You Smile" (John Waite)
  22. "The Glamorous Life" (Sheila E.)
  23. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  24. "The Living Years" (Paul Carrack)
  25. "Missing You" (John Waite)
  26. "Who Can It Be Now?" (Colin Hay)
  27. "Photograph"
  28. "Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
  29. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

2006[edit]

14 June – 20 July 2006

Played in US (Supporting Album Choose Love)

  1. "With a Little Help From My Friends" intro/"It Don't Come Easy"
  2. "What Goes On"
  3. "Honey Don't"
  4. "Everybody Wants You" (Billy Squier)
  5. "Free Ride" (Edgar Winter)
  6. "A Love Bizarre" (Sheila E.)
  7. "Boys"
  8. "Don't Mean Nothing" (Richard Marx)
  9. "She's Not There" (Rod Argent)
  10. "Never Without You"
  11. "Yellow Submarine"
  12. "Dying to Live" or "Fly Away" (Edgar Winter solo, featuring Rod Argent)
  13. "Right Here Waiting" (Richard Marx solo)
  14. "Ramblin' On My Mind" (Billy Squier solo, featuring Edgar Winter)
  15. "Time of the Season" (Rod Argent solo)
  16. "Frankenstein" (Edgar Winter, w/o Ringo)
  17. "Photograph"
  18. "Choose Love"
  19. "Should've Known Better" (Richard Marx)
  20. "The Glamorous Life" (Sheila E.)
  21. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  22. "Rock Me Tonite" (Billy Squier)
  23. "Hold Your Head Up" (Rod Argent)
  24. "Act Naturally"
  25. "Memphis in Your Mind"
  26. "With a Little Help from My Friends"

2008[edit]

19 June – 2 August 2008

Played in US (Supporting Album Liverpool 8)

  1. "With a Little Help from My Friends" intro/"It Don’t Come Easy"
  2. "What Goes On"
  3. "Memphis in Your Mind"
  4. "Lonely Is the Night" (Billy Squier)
  5. "Free Ride" (Edgar Winter)
  6. "Down Under" (Colin Hay)
  7. "Dream Weaver" (Gary Wright)
  8. "Boys"
  9. "Pick Up the Pieces" (Hamish Stuart)
  10. "Liverpool 8"
  11. "Act Naturally"
  12. "Yellow Submarine"
  13. "Tobacco Road" (Edgar Winter solo)
  14. "Your Eyes" or "Stormy Mondays" (Gary Wright solo)
  15. "A Song for You" (Hamish Stuart solo)
  16. "Are You Lookin' at Me?" or "Overkill" (acoustic cover) (Colin Hay solo)
  17. "In the Dark" (Billy Squier solo)
  18. "Frankenstein" (Edgar Winter, w/o Ringo)
  19. "Never Without You"
  20. "Choose Love"
  21. "The Stroke" (Billy Squier)
  22. "Work to Do" (Hamish Stuart)
  23. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  24. "Love Is Alive" (Gary Wright)
  25. "Who Can It Be Now?" (Colin Hay)
  26. "Photograph"
  27. "Oh My My"
  28. "With a Little Help from My Friends" into "Give Peace a Chance"

2010–2011[edit]

24 June – 7 August 2010 + 4 June – 17 July 2011 + 1–20 November 2011
Starr & All-Starr Band performing in Paris, 2011

Played in US (10) , Europe and South America (11) (Supporting Album Y Not)

  1. "It Don't Come Easy"
  2. "Honey Don't"
  3. "Choose Love"
  4. "Hang on Sloopy" (Rick Derringer)
  5. "Free Ride" (Edgar Winter)
  6. "Talking in Your Sleep" (Wally Palmar)
  7. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  8. "Dream Weaver" (Gary Wright)
  9. "Kyrie" (Richard Page)
  10. "The Other Side of Liverpool"
  11. "Yellow Submarine"
  12. "Frankenstein" (Edgar Winter, w/o Ringo)
  13. "Peace Dream" (US and Europe only)
  14. "Back Off Boogaloo"
  15. "What I Like About You" (Wally Palmar)
  16. "Rock and Roll, Hoochie Koo"/"Eruption" (Rick Derringer)
  17. "Boys"
  18. "Love Is Alive" (Gary Wright)
  19. "Broken Wings" (Richard Page)
  20. "Photograph"
  21. "Act Naturally"
  22. "With a Little Help from My Friends" into "Give Peace a Chance"

2012–2017[edit]

14 June – 21 July 2012 + 7 February – 1 March 2013 + 29 October – 23 November 2013 + 6 June – 19 July 2014 + 2–23 October 2014 + 13 February – 15 March 2015 + 1–31 October 2015 + 3 June – 2 July 2016

Played in US (12-16) New Zealand, Australia, Japan and Latin America (13 + 15) (Supporting Album Ringo 2012 (2012), Postcards From Paradise (2015) and Give More Love (2017)

  1. "Matchbox"
  2. "It Don't Come Easy"
  3. "Wings" or "Island In The Sun" (October 2015 only) or "What Goes On" (2016 and 17 only)
  4. "I Saw the Light" or "Hello It's Me" (in early 2012 shows) (Todd Rundgren)
  5. "Evil Ways" (Gregg Rolie)
  6. "Rosanna" (Steve Lukather with Mark Rivera (2012 and 2013) or Warren Ham (2014 onward)
  7. "Kyrie" (Richard Page) [Omitted during one show in 2013 during Latin America tour, due to a throat problems of Richard Page]
  8. "Don't Pass Me By"
  9. "Bang the Drum All Day" (Todd Rundgren) [Played before "Don't Pass Me By" 2015 onward]
  10. "Boys"
  11. "Yellow Submarine"
  12. "Black Magic Woman"/"Gypsy Queen" (Gregg Rolie w/o Ringo)
  13. "Honey Don't" (2013 onwards) or "You're Sixteen" (October 2015 onwards)
  14. "Anthem" [Dropped after 2014]
  15. "I'm the Greatest" (2012 and 2015 - Summer 2016) [Played before "Anthem" in 2015] or "Back Off Boogaloo" (2016 onwards)
  16. "Rocky Mountain Way" (Joe Walsh - select 2012 shows only)
  17. "You Are Mine" (Richard Page) [Omitted during one show in 2013 during Latin America tour, due to a throat problems of Richard Page]
  18. "Africa" (Steve Lukather with Richard Page, or Mark Rivera (Latin America 2013 only)[37]
  19. "Everybody's Everything" or "Oye Como Va" (2013 onwards) (Gregg Rolie)
  20. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  21. "Love Is the Answer" or "Hello It's Me" (in early 2012 shows) (Todd Rundgren)
  22. "Broken Wings" (Richard Page) [Omitted during one show in 2013 during Latin America tour, due to a throat problem of Richard Page]
  23. "Hold the Line" (Steve Lukather with Mark Rivera (2012 and 2013) or Warren Ham (2014 onwards)
  24. "Photograph"
  25. "Act Naturally"
  26. "With a Little Help from My Friends" into "Give Peace a Chance"[38]

2018[edit]

2 + 6 June – 11 July + 1–29 September 2018
Played in Europe and USA Supporting Album Give More Love (2017)
  1. "Matchbox"
  2. "It Don't Come Easy"
  3. "What Goes On"
  4. "Dreadlock Holiday" (Graham Gouldman)
  5. "Evil Ways" (Gregg Rolie)
  6. "Rosanna" (Steve Lukather with Warren Ham (2014 onward)
  7. "Down Under" (Colin Hay)
  8. "Boys"
  9. "Don't Pass Me By"
  10. "Yellow Submarine"
  11. "I'm Not In Love" (Graham Gouldman w/o Ringo)
  12. "Black Magic Woman"/"Gypsy Queen" (Gregg Rolie w/o Ringo)
  13. "You're Sixteen"
  14. "Anthem"
  15. "Overkill" (Colin Hay)
  16. "Africa" (Steve Lukather with Colin Hay)
  17. "Oye Como Va" (Gregg Rolie)
  18. "I Wanna Be Your Man"
  19. "The Things We Do For Love" (Graham Gouldman)
  20. "Who Can It Be Now?" (Colin Hay)
  21. "Hold the Line" (Steve Lukather with Warren Ham)
  22. "Photograph"
  23. "Act Naturally"
  24. "With a Little Help from My Friends" into "Give Peace a Chance"

Ringo's songs[edit]

Song 1989 1992 1995 1997-98 1999 2000 2001 2003 2006 2008 2010-11 2012-17
"Act Naturally"
"Anthem"
"Back Off Boogaloo"
"Boys"
"Choose Love"
"Don't Go Where the Road Don't Go"
"Don't Pass Me By"
"Give More Love" • (17)
"Give Peace a Chance"
"Honey Don't" • (13-15)
"I Wanna Be Your Man"
"I'm the Greatest" • (12+15)
"It Don't Come Easy"
"Island In The Sun" • (15)
"La De Da" • (98)
"Liverpool 8"
"Love Me Do" • (98)
"Matchbox"
"Memphis in Your Mind"
"Never Without You"
"No No Song"
"Oh My My"
"The Other Side of Liverpool"
"Peace Dream"
"Photograph"
"We're On The Road Again"
"Weight of the World"
"What Goes On" • (16)
"Wings"
"With a Little Help from My Friends"
"Yellow Submarine"
"You're Sixteen" • (97) • (15, 16)
Total 11 10 12 11 12 12 12 14 13 14 13 13

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