Ringo Starr has been compelled to cancel his remaining tour dates after contracting COVID for a second time.
“I’m certain you’ll be as stunned as I used to be I examined optimistic once more for Covid,” the rocker defined through social media. “The remainder of the tour is off I ship you peace and love.”
Even earlier than the most recent cancellations, the virus had wreaked havoc on Starr’s 2022 tour. In June, the previous Beatle needed to postpone 12 dates after members of his All-Starr Band – Steve Lukather and Edgar Winter – examined optimistic for COVID.
Earlier this month, the drummer examined optimistic for the primary time, resulting in the cancellation of 5 performances in Canada.
Now, Ringo’s newest optimistic take a look at has resulted in 5 additional dates getting worn out: three in California and two in Mexico.
Nonetheless, 2022 hasn’t been totally unhealthy for the legendary drummer. In July, Ringo launched EP3, a four-song assortment that includes collaborations with Lukather, former 4 Non Blondes singer Linda Perry, saxophonist Dave Koz and flamenco guitarist Jose Antonio Rodriguez.
In February, Ringo appeared on Eddie Vedder’s solo album, Earthling. That very same month the previous Beatle launched a coffee-table e book referred to as Lifted – Fab Photos and Reminiscences in My Life With the Beatles From Throughout the Universe. Proceeds from the e book benefitted the Lotus Basis, a corporation that goals to “fund, help, take part in and promote charitable tasks aimed toward advancing social welfare in numerous areas included, however not restricted to: substance abuse, cerebral palsy, mind tumors, most cancers, battered girls and their kids, homelessness and animals in want.”
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Ringo Starr Cancels Tour After Second COVID