June 11 - Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr puts life on display with new exhibit, ''Ringo: Peace & Love'' at The Grammy Museum. John Russell reports.
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Former Beatle Ringo Starr was at the Grammy Museum on Tuesday (June 11) to help celebrate the opening of a new exhibit that provides an unprecedented look at all aspects of the drummer's musical and creative life.
"Ringo: Peace & Love" is a unique collection ithat includes such signature memorabilia as his Beatles drum kit and various costumes, including the iconic outfit worn for the band's Sgt. Pepper's album cover.
For Ringo, putting everything together provided a chance to look back at major points in the band's timeline, including their first appearance on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
SOUNDBITE RINGO STARR SAYING (English):
"When you are doing your gig and it is, 'Wow,' and that was a small audience. After Shea, and Shea was the biggest audience - that was the first time anyone played a stadium - we were like, 'Wow!' We were used to, people were talking about people screaming, but that is how it was was. We got up, people screamed, we ended and they went home."
"Ringo: Peace & Love" will be on display at the Grammy Museum through March 2014.
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