Ringo Starr has insisted that he wouldn’t write a memoir.
Whereas chatting with USA Immediately for an interview printed on Thursday, the previous Beatles drummer was requested whether or not he deliberate to put in writing a memoir.
“That’s all they need to know, that’s why I obtained fed up (with the concept),” Ringo instructed the outlet, not specifying who he obtained gives from. “They supplied me a number of cash over the past a few years, and I stated I’m not doing a guide, as a result of it’d be three volumes earlier than I get to that 12 months.”
The drummer joined The Beatles in 1962, after forming the Eddie Miles Band (later renamed Eddie Clayton and the Clayton Squares) then becoming a member of Al Caldwell’s Texans (later renamed the Raging Texans, adopted by Jet Storm and the Raging Texans, and eventually Rory Storm and the Hurricanes).
“I’ve simply by no means discovered curiosity in it,” Ringo continued of writing a guide. “I don’t need to do Ringo the drummer, as a result of we’re all a bit greater than that.”
Starr kicks off the US leg of his unending Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band tour on Friday in Temecula, California.
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