Ringo Starr: Peace and Love | Broken Record (Hosted by Rick Rubin)



Ringo Starr is one of the most iconic musicians living today. Famed drummer for The Beatles and a prolific songwriter in his own right, at 81, Ringo’s gearing up to release his latest EP, “Change The World.”

Rick Rubin and Ringo recorded this interview on the day it was announced that Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts passed away. On today’s episode you’ll hear Ringo reminisce about partying with Charlie and Led Zeppelin’s drummer John Bonham. Ringo also talks about how he was a drunk heckler at Beatles shows before he joined the band, and why Paul McCartney was the only Beatle who would share a room with him.

Check out a playlist of our favorite Ringo Starr songs: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5bltPKw6vjszOXKBW2i12K?si=36a781196f254a5c

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9 thoughts on “Ringo Starr: Peace and Love | Broken Record (Hosted by Rick Rubin)

  1. For an audiophile for me, this podcast is great. This episode is no different. I remember Paul said when Ringo joined the band, there was a measurable difference vs their original drummer.

  2. I wonder what Ringo thinks of Captain Beefheart’s drummer Drumbo’s playing. The end of strawberry fields reminds me a lot of the end of safe as milk (take 5) Great podcast! 🙂

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