Ringo Starr Performs Star-Studded Gig to Celebrate Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction
After becoming the fourth Beatle to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his solo career, Ringo Starr celebrated the occasion with a star-studded performance in Cleveland.
Green Day joined Starr on stage to help perform "Boys," the Shirelles cover from the Beatles' Please Please Me. After that, Joe Walsh of the Eagles came out and helped Starr knock out his solo track, "It Don't Come Easy." Wrapping up the night with Starr was none other than fellow Beatle, Sir Paul McCartney. They did a medley of sorts -- along with almost every other rock star who was in Cleveland -- of "With a Little Help From My Friends" and "I Wanna Be Your Man."
Starr's induction into the Hall's Class of 2015 follows those of his former bandmates: John Lennon entered the Hall in 1994, McCartney in 1999 and George Harrison in 2004. He's still active today, having just released his 18th album, Postcards From Paradise, on March 31.