RINGO STARR BRINGS PEACE, LOVE & ROCK TO ATLANTIC CITY

Words & Photos by Steve Cerf

September 30, 2022

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Still full of vibrancy at the age of 82, Sir Richard Starkey MBE, known professionally as Ringo Starr of The Beatles, took center stage at Hard Rock Atlantic City; then later in the set switching to his signature Ludwig drums. He greeted the sold-out audience with hands held high, his two fingers spreading his legendary peace sign. This is the first tour for this legendary icon since the pandemic derailed plans in 2020 and again 2021. This tour his All-Starr Band consists of Steve Lukather (Toto), Colin Hay (Men at Work), Gregg Bissonette (Spinal Tap & David Lee Roth), Hamish Stuart (Average White Band, Edgar Winter (Edgar Winter Group), and Warren Ham (Kansas &Toto). Each member of the band is a ‘star’ in their own right.


Set List

1. Matchbox (Carl Perkins cover) 2. It Don't Come Easy (Ringo Starr song) 3. What Goes On (The Beatles cover) 4. Free Ride (The Edgar Winter Group cover) (with Edgar Winter) 5. Rosanna (Toto cover) (with Steve Lukather) 6. Pick Up the Pieces (Average White Band cover) (with Hamish Stuart) 7. Down Under (Men at Work cover) (with Colin Hay) 8. Boys (The Shirelles cover) 9. I'm the Greatest (Ringo Starr song) 10. Yellow Submarine (The Beatles cover) 11. Cut the Cake (Average White Band cover) (with Hamish Stuart) 12. Frankenstein (The Edgar Winter Group cover) (with Edgar Winter) 13. Octopus's Garden (The Beatles cover) 14. Back Off Boogaloo (Ringo Starr song) 15. Overkill (Men at Work cover) (with Colin Hay) 16. Africa (Toto cover) (with Steve Lukather) 17. Work to Do (The Isley Brothers cover) (with Hamish Stuart) 18. I Wanna Be Your Man (The Beatles cover) 19. Johnny B. Goode (Chuck Berry cover) (with Edgar Winter) 20. Who Can It Be Now? (Men at Work cover) (with Colin Hay) 21. Hold the Line (Toto cover) (with Steve Lukather) 22. Photograph (Ringo Starr song) 23. Act Naturally (Johnny Russell cover) 24. With a Little Help From My Friends (The Beatles cover) (with 'Give Peace a Chance' by Plastic Ono Band.

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My name is Steve Cerf and concert photography is my passion. I got into concert photography after seeing a young Freddy Mercury mesmerize his audience at the Philadelphia Civic Center back in 1977. Since then, I have photographed countless live performances of all kinds. Located in Philadelphia, my ability to experience the show and a performer’s essence and “sweat” is what I incorporate into my images.

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