Ringo Starr – What's My Name cover artworkRecorded: 2019
Producer: Ringo Starr

Released: 25 October 2019


Ringo Starr: vocals, drums, percussion
Joe Walsh: guitar, vocals, rapping
Colin Hay: guitar, vocals
David A Stewart, Steve Lukather: guitar
Paul McCartney: bass guitar, vocals
John Pierce, Nathan East: bass guitar
Edgar Winter: keyboards, vocals
Benmont Tench, Bruce Sugar: keyboards
Kari Kimmel, Richard Page, Warren Ham, Windy Wagner: vocals


‘Gotta Get Up To Get Down’
‘It’s Not Love That You Want’
‘Grow Old With Me’
‘Money (That’s What I Want)’
‘Better Days’
‘Life Is Good’
‘Thank God For Music’
‘Send Love Spread Peace’
‘What’s My Name’

What’s My Name is Ringo Starr’s 20th solo studio album.

Produced by Starr, and recorded at his home studio Roccabella West, What’s My Name features guest musicians including Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter, and Steve Lukather.

McCartney performed bass guitar and backing vocals on a cover version of John Lennon’s ‘Grow Old With Me’. The album also includes a version of ‘Money (That’s What I Want)’, which The Beatles recorded in 1963.

The release

What’s My Name was released worldwide on 25 October 2019.

It sold better than Starr’s other recent albums, and broke the top 40 in the Czech Republic, Germany, and Spain. It fared less well in the UK and USA, however, peaking at 99 and 127 respectively.