Ringo Starr Postpones Concert, Cites Illness – But It’s Not Covid-19

Ringo Starr Postpones Concert, Cites Illness – But It’s Not Covid-19

The busiest 82-year-old in show business, Ringo Starr, is being forced to cancel a date because of illness.

The former Beatles drummer, who keeps an extra-busy schedule and recently won an Emmy for his work in the documentary Get Back, has postponed his show tonight at the Mystic Lake Casino in Minnesota.

The casino stated in a tweet, “Ringo is sick and was hoping to be able to perform, hence the late notice. But it has affected his voice. Ringo does not have COVID-19.”

Starr tours with his “All-Starr Band,” a rotating cast of top musicians. The 2022 lineup includes Toto’s Steve Lukather, Men at Work’s Colin Hay, Edgar Winter, the Average White Band’s Hamish Stewart, drummer Gregg Bissonette, and Kansas’s Warren Ham.

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