As per Rolling Stone:
Ringo Starr announced a U.S. leg for his 2018 tour with the All Starr Band. The 20-date run launches September 1st in Tulsa, Oklahoma and concludes the 29th in Los Angeles.
The latest iteration of the former Beatle’s rotating group features returning members – singer-guitarist Colin Hay (Men at Work), guitarist Steve Lukather (Toto), singer-keyboardist Gregg Rolie (Santana, Journey), saxophonist Warren Ham (Toto, Bloodrock), drummer Gregg Bissonette (Toto, Santana) – and one new recruit, bassist-singer Graham Gouldman (10cc).
The All Starr Band will continue their mix-and-match setlist approach, performing hits from each member’s respective bands onstage. The sextet previously announced a European run for June and July, along with a date in Atlantic City, New Jersey on June 2nd.
Singer-songwriter Todd Rundgren, who is currently prepping for a spring reunion tour with Utopia, toured with the All Starr Band during their fall 2017 trek.
Starr, who was previously knighted as a member of the Beatles in 1965, was recently awarded a solo knighthood by Queen Elizabeth for his “services to music.” The drummer expressed his gratitude in a statement, writing, “It’s an honor and a pleasure to be considered and acknowledged for my music and my charity work, both of which I love. Peace and love.”
Starr released his 19th studio album, Give More Love, in September.
Ringo Starr Tour Dates
September 1 – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino @ Tulsa, OK
September 2 – Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion @ Rogers, AR
September 3 – Starlight Theatre @ Kansas City, MO
September 5 – Iowa State Center @ Ames, IA
September 7 – Fox Theater @ St. Louis, MO
September 8 – TBA, Milwaukee @ WI
September 9 – Morris Performing Arts Center @ South Bend, IN
September 11 – Fraze Pavilion @ Kettering, OH
September 13 – Radio City Music Hall @ New York, NY
September 14 – Saratoga Performing Arts Center @ Saratoga, NY
September 15 – The Toyota Oakdale Theater @ Wallingford, CT
September 17 – Wang Theater, Boston @ MA
September 19 – Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts @ Pittsburgh, PA
September 21 – Hard Rock Rocksino @ Northfield Park, OH
September 22 – The Chicago Theatre @ Chicago, IL
September 23 – Ordway Center for the Performing Arts @ St Paul, MN
September 25 – Paramount Theatre @ Denver, CO
September 27 – Humphreys @ San Diego, CA
September 28 – City National Civic @ San Jose, CA
September 29 – Greek Theatre @ Los Angeles, CA