Paul McCartney Reveals How He Ended Ringo Starr Fight


The Beatles icon Paul McCartney recently discussed his reunion with Ringo Starr, and how they used to end fights within the band. Alternative Nation transcribed his comments to Al Roker. McCartney recently revealed if Ringo sucks as a drummer.

“We always used to say whatever was happening in the world, if we were tired, on tour, or if we’d argued about something, the minute we sat down to play as a band: ‘1, 2, 3, 4.’ It was like, ‘Yeah.’ There was a great comfort playing together.”

He also said about continuing to tour at his age, “I always expected everyone to be my age basically, but then you get them, and their kids, and now their kids, so you’ve pretty much got three generations. I love that three generations can have something in common. That’s something very special.”

The Beatles icon Paul McCartney revealed that Ringo Starr left his famous Amoeba Music gig in Los Angeles early in a new piece on his official social media. Ozzy Osbourne’s wife recently made a brutal claim about Paul McCartney’s age.

“You know? And the word gets around, and that’s pretty exciting for everyone. Well, not exciting for the people who can’t get in – but that’s the nature of the beast! So yeah, we went in and did it and really enjoyed it, which I think you can hear in the recording. And Ringo was there. I hadn’t seen him in a little while, so it was great to have him come to the show and he enjoyed himself. I think towards the end I sort of mention him …but he’s gone! [Laughs] So, I had to go, ‘Ringo’s left the building. He left early to avoid the crush!'”