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Ringo tells the stories of his childhood and his time as a Beatle in his own voice, through audio, text and video captions in an interactive ebook format.
Hip-hop artist The-Dream (Terius Nash) releases his latest video from his '1977' studio set.
The tributes come pouring in from music world after the Indian sitar legend passed away on December 11 in San Diego.
The former Fab Four has a gathering at Hard Rock Cafe before celebrating with bigger crowd at his live concert at the Ryman Auditorium.
Starting June 14, the Beatle will play in stadiums in support of his new album, 'Ringo 2012', with his reshuffled band.
'The door is open that Paul and I might play together, but it is not like a reunion,' Ringo says of working with Paul McCartney again.
The birthplace of The Beatles legend Ringo Starr has been saved from demolition after a dramatic last-minute intervention by the British government.
Fans of the Beatles star took chisels down 9 Madryn Street to take out bricks before the house is torn down.
The special tea will be served until the end of July Alice's Tea Cup cafe in New York City and the musician has greeted his fans coming to the cafe on Wednesday, July 7.
Turning 70, the star hopes fans take a moment to throw up their V-signs, saying 'I have a fantasy that everyone around the world will do it.'
Ringo will celebrate his 70th with a private party at NY's Hard Rock Cafe and he has been asking fans to hold up V signs and chant 'peace and love' at noon on his birthday every year since 2008.
On his birthday on July 7, Ringo Starr will have his drum he bashed on The Beatles' 1964 U.S. tour presented as a museum exhibit at Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Claiming he has been searching for God since 1960s, Ringo Starr who will turn 70 later this year thanks God as he has found religion.
Matthew Bellamy, Christopher Wolstenholme and Dominic Howard treat fans with a look inside one of their concerts in the 'Resistance' music video.
The 'One Time' hitmaker and the 'Hannah Montana' star will be joined by Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel among others at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards.