Ringo Starr Talks Paul McCartney, Beatles, Meditation, Vegetarianism | Variety

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English musician, singer, songwriter and actor, Ringo Starr poses near "The Yellow Submarine", a bathyscaphe exhibited in front of oceanographic museum in Monaco, before receiving the medal of "Commander of Arts and Letters" from the France ambassador in Monaco, Hugues Moret, Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013. Some musicians like Ringo Starr, Paul McCartney, Bob Dylan, Graham Nash and Ronnie Wood exhibit their works inspired by the fabulous world of magic and mystery of the seas and oceans during the "Art | ASSOCIATED PRESS

Fifty years after helping lead the British invasion in America and transforming pop culture, the most underappreciated Beatle has arguably become the most beloved.

Ringo Starr is no longer mobbed by screaming packs of fans. But, by no means is the world famous drummer hanging in the background. He’s busy laying down tracks for a new album, and about to embark on another tour of his All-Starr Band; he’s publishing books — and he’s still making the case for peace and love wherever he goes.

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