It’s the season for Beatles in New York! When Ringo Starr played at Radio City Music Hall

NEW YORK: It’s the season for Beatles in New York City.

Within a week of Paul McCartney playing a surprise show at Grand Central Station, Ringo Starr followed a more old-fashioned path Thursday night. The drummer and singer headlined a two-hour show at Radio City Music Hall, with thousands spending much of the performance standing and cheering along.

“We love you, Ringo!” one fan called out, and Starr shouted greetings in kind.

It was not a time for lamenting the state of the world. The beloved ex-Beatle wore black, but bright stars hung above the stage and peace signs beamed from behind. Starr’s message for years has been peace and love and a happy look back, whether through such Beatles and solo favorites as “Yellow Submarine” and “Photograph” or through the songs of his current set of sidemen.

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  1. I SAW HIM THERE ON HIS 70TH BIRTHDAY 2010,, WONDERFUL CONCERT, BUT THE HEARTSTOPPING EVENT WAS PAUL MCCARTNEY SHOWING UP AND SURPRISING HIM ON THE BIRTHDAY! HE PLAYED BIRTHDAY AND IT WAS SO GREAT, I WAS THERE FOR BEATLE HISTORY!LOVE THEM BOTH AND BEATLES 4-EVER! LOVE TO GEORGE AND JOHNS MEMORY.

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