Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Olivia Harrison, Yoko Ono and Sean Lennon were among guests at the world première of Martin Scorsese's documentary on George Harrison, Living In The Material World.
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Yoko Ono has unveiled a blue plaque outside the London flat she shared with her then-boyfriend John Lennon in 1968.
Ringo Starr has released a brief video tribute to John Lennon, ahead of the 70th anniversary of his former bandmate's birth.
John Lennon's former home at 34 Montagu Square, London is to have an English Heritage blue plaque, it has been announced.
A club where Ringo Starr performed one of his first concerts with The Beatles has burnt down.
Ringo Starr has asked the world to celebrate his birthday with a moment of peace and love. The former Beatle was born on 7 July 1940 in Liverpool, England.
Ringo Starr has begun his 11th All Starr Band tour, playing 31 dates across the United States and Canada in support of his Y Not album.
A star for Ringo Starr has been unveiled on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The Beatles's 2008 documentary All Together Now has won a Grammy Award for the Best Long Form Music Video.
The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will give Ringo Starr a star on the Walk of Fame in February.
Y Not, the forthcoming solo album from Ringo Starr, is to feature guest appearances from his former Beatles bandmate Sir Paul McCartney.
Ringo Starr is to be awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles.
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr have appeared on stage for the first public viewing of Beatles Rock Band.
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr performed together at a New York charity show on Saturday night.
Ringo Starr is considering publishing a book of his photographs of The Beatles, according to reports.
Sir Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr are to appear at a charity concert in New York City next month, in aid of the David Lynch Foundation.
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr has asked fans to stop sending him letters requesting autographs.
Although their solo project had largely been successful, 1970 was a dark year for The Beatles. Their group activities were limited to finishing off the Let It Be album, dealing with business activities at Apple, and giving occasional interviews to the press.
In answer to speculation resulting from Paul McCartney's questionnaire in which he effectively announced that The Beatles were no more, Apple issued a final press statement about the group.