Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band live: Kingswood Music Theatre, Vaughan

Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band performed at the Kingswood Music Theatre in Vaughan, Canada, on 16 June 1992.

It was the 11th show by the second All-Starr Band. Their tour of North America and Europe lasted for 62 dates between June and September 1992.

Starr returned to the Riverbend Music Center on 31 July 1995.

The second All-Starr Band

  • Ringo Starr: vocals, drums, percussion
  • Joe Walsh: vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion
  • Nils Lofgren: vocals, guitar, keyboards, accordion
  • Todd Rundgren: vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, tambourine
  • Dave Edmunds: vocals, guitar
  • Timothy B Schmit: vocals, bass guitar, guitar
  • Burton Cummings: vocals, keyboards, guitar, tambourine, harmonica, flute
  • Tim Cappello: vocals, saxophone, percussion, keyboards
  • Zak Starkey: drums

Guitarist Jeff Healey, the show’s opening act, joined the All-Starr Band during this show’s performances of ‘Yellow Submarine’, ‘Act Naturally’, and ‘With A Little Help From My Friends’.

Poster for Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band (1992)

Concert setlist

  • ‘I’m The Greatest’
  • ‘No No Song’
  • ‘No Time’ (Burton Cummings)
  • ‘Girls Talk’ (Dave Edmunds)
  • ‘Look At Us Now’ (Joe Walsh)
  • ‘I Can’t Tell You Why’ (Timothy B Schmit)
  • ‘Shine Silently’ (Nils Lofgren)
  • ‘Bang The Drum All Day’ (Todd Rundgren)
  • ‘Don’t Go Where The Road Don’t Go’
  • ‘Yellow Submarine’
  • ‘Love Of The Common Man’ (Todd Rundgren)
  • ‘A Fool, A Fool, I Met A Fool’ (Burton Cummings)
  • ‘Keep On Tryin” (Timothy B Schmit)
  • ‘Wiggle’ (Tim Cappello)
  • ‘Black Maria’ (Todd Rundgren)
  • ‘In The City’ (Joe Walsh)
  • ‘You’re Sixteen’
  • ‘Weight Of The World’
  • ‘Walkin’ Nerve’ (Nils Lofgren)
  • ‘I Hear You Knocking’ (Dave Edmunds)
  • ‘American Woman’ (Burton Cummings)
  • ‘Photograph’

1992 All-Starr Band tour dates

Last updated: 26 March 2024
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