Sunday, July 27 2008
With DETOURS, the PopMatters staff is celebrating the strange, bizarre, lovely, and funny albums that have emerged from an artist’s desire to try something different. Some of these detours have lead to modern-day classics. Some have lead to laugh-inducing commercial disasters. And others... others are just plain weird.
Sunday, October 16 2011
The British saved rock 'n' roll, reignited the blues, and may just make country music more American.
Thursday, February 16 2012
This album has two really good Ringo tracks and two other decent ones -- that’s twice as much as one used to get on Beatles’ albums.
Sunday, October 18 2009
Ringo Starr knows how to give his audience what they want, even when he's not giving them everything. This 2005 performance is a perfect example of showmanship, even if it's all too brief.
Thursday, January 24 2008
Liverpool 8 is the work of an artist completely at ease with himself.
Thursday, August 30 2007
As McCartney wrote "Silly Love Songs", Ringo was actually writing silly love songs. And you know what? There's nothing wrong with that.
Monday, July 14 2003
Tuesday, July 8 2014
Let’s celebrate Ringo Starr’s 74th birthday with cartoons.
Thursday, July 12 2012
With over a dozen albums to his credit, Ringo Starr has many underrated songs. Let’s focus on seven of them.
Thursday, July 7 2011
Let’s take a look at some of the career highlights of one of the most well known drummers in music history.
Wednesday, July 7 2010
On July 7th, 1940, Richard Starkey was born in Liverpool, but from 1959 on, he would mostly be known to the world as Ringo Starr. Here's an up-to-date video flashback of his entire career.
Monday, July 9 2012
ATLANTA — Ringo Starr’s hands must be cramping by now. No, not because of the drumming. The former Beatle, who’s bringing his All Starr
Tuesday, January 26 2010
LOS ANGELES — The 69-year-old visitor to the downtown Grammy Museum strolled with fascination through its new exhibit of Alfred Wertheimer's celebrated 1956 photos of Elvis Presley
Monday, June 30 2008
These days, even Beatles get the blues. Despite good reviews and a decent publicity push, Ringo Starr's latest album, "Liverpool 8" (Capitol), sold only 7,000 copies in