Ringo Starr discusses his ‘peace and love’ catchphrase in March
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Sir Ringo Starr may be 81-year-old but he seems to show no sign of stopping. The Beatles drummer continues to write new songs with his latest EPs being the likes of Zoom In and Change the World. And apparently, his writing process is pretty energetic and spontaneous.
Express.co.uk caught up with one of Ringo’s collaborators Glen Ballard, who has worked with the likes of Michael Jackson, Stevie Nicks and Lisa Marie Presley over the years.
While he was promoting Back to the Future the Musical, which he’s written the music and lyrics for alongside Alan Silvestri, we had a chance to ask Glen about songwriting with The Beatles drummer.
The lyricist and record producer has worked on Ringo 2012 and 2017 album Give More Love.
And while he’s collaborated with many music greats over the years, Glen admitted he was most awestruck doing so a member of the Fab Four.
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