Monday, June 18, 2012


Ringo, Rock it out at The Mohegan Sun Arena last night. Ringo Starr and His ALL-STAR BAND consisting of the Great Todd Rundgren, Steve Lukather of Toto, Richard Page and others.
A show of Show with Ringo Singing all his Great Hits including: Yellow Submarine, Boys,
It Don't Come Easy, Photographs and Memories, and more.
We Love Todd. Todd Rundgren of course and Todd and the Band really Rocked-It with "I Saw The Light" and Bang The Drum, as well as Hello It's Me.
The Band Rock It with Toto's Steve Lukather (Friggin Awesome Guitar Player) doing the iconic "Rosanna" (written for Rosanna Arquette) and "Africa."
The All-Stars did a great job on Santana's "Evil Way" and "Black Magic Woman"
Also a fine job of Mega Hot "Broken Wings" by Richard Page of 80's Pop Group Mister Mister
Ringo wound down the show with a few Hits that had the crowd Rocking. He finished the set with a wonderful rendition of  "Give Peace a Chance" (John Lennon), as thee entire house of thousands of Happy fans sang-along. 
Bravo! And Thank You Ringo and all the 2012 All-Star Band.
"You guys were Awesomely Wonderful" 
Thanks !!!

Daniel Bellino Zwicke

SET LIST Mohegan Sun June 17, 2012

Ringo Starr made several changes from the songs he sang from his most recent tour in Brazil for the first show on the 12th All-Starr Band at Fallsview Casino Resort Thursday. Six songs, which amounted to almost half of what he sang in Brazilia at his most recent show last November, were changed.
The show opened with the Carl Perkins song “Matchbox, instead of “It Don't Come Easy,” as it did in South America. That song was played second. Third was another new-to-the-tour song, Wings” from his latest album“Ringo 2012.”
Next came the first songs by members of the band. In order, it was Todd Rundgren's “Hello It's Me,” “Gregg Rolie with “Evil Ways,” Steve Lukather with “Rosanna” and Richard Page with “Kyrie.”
Ringo Starr came back next with “Don't Pass Me By,” then Rundgren sang “Bang the Drum All Day.” Then, it was Starr's turn next again with “Boys” and “Yellow Submarine.”
Rolie's stepped forward again with “Black Magic Woman,” then Ringo with “Anthem,” another song from “Ringo 2012,” then “I'm the Greatest.” Richard Page then played a brand-new song called  “You Are Mine.”