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David Lee Roth Planning Release Of New Solo Album

Van Halen’s David Lee Roth is reportedly planning to release a new solo album in the near future.

David Lee Roth Releasing New Album?

Roth, 59, is apparently working on the new album with guitarist John 5, who he collaborated with from 1998 to 2003. John 5 served as Roth’s lead guitarist on Dlr Band and again for a song on Roth’s Diamond Dave album.

John 5 announced the most recent collaboration, claiming the new album has “11 of the greatest songs you’ll ever hear,” to rock music journalist Mitch Lafon.

“[Dave and I] just made another record, and it’s, like, the ‘California Sessions,’ [Dave] was calling it,” John 5 said. “And it’s 11 of the greatest songs you’ll ever hear, and it’s just me and Dave, and we had Gregg Bissonette play drums on it. And it’s unbelievable. There’s a song called "Somewhere Over The Rainbow Bar & Grill.
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Ringo Starr Announces U.S. Tour

Ringo Starr Announces U.S. Tour
After hitting the Grammy stage on Sunday night, Ringo Starr has announced that he and his current All Starr Band will kick off another leg of their tour in North America, beginning in Rama, Ontario, on June 6. Photos: Grammys 2014: Best and Worst Moments The Beatles member will also perform two nights at New York’s Beacon Theater (June 17 and 18), and finish in Los Angeles at The Greek on July 19. "I love playing with this band," said Starr of Steve Lukather, Richard Page, Gregg Rolie, Todd Rundgren and Gregg Bissonette, with whom he's performed since 2012,

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Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band Talk Photograph, Their Upcoming Latin American Tour, How They Select Their Songs, and More

Last week, at Sir Studios in Hollywood, Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band launched the kickoff of their Latin American tour with an awesome mini-concert for the press. They’re heading down to South America and Mexico for 14 shows (Oct. 29 – Nov. 18), that will conclude with two dates Stateside at The Palms in Las Vegas (Nov. 22-23). The All Starr Band features guitarist Steve Lukather (Toto), bassist Richard Page (Mr. Mister), keyboardist Gregg Rolie (Santana), multi-instrumentalist genius and Tame Impala remixer Todd Rundgren, saxophonist Mark Rivera (Hall & Oates, Peter Gabriel) and drummer Gregg Bissonette (David Lee Roth). Each band member performed short versions of hits from their own career including "I Saw the Light", "Oye Como Va", "Rosanna", and "Broken Wings (Until the End of Time)". Ringo opened the set with "Boys" and concluded it with a heartfelt rendition of "With A Little Help from My Friends". Their riveting performance
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Ringo Starr announces new All Starr Band lineup, tour dates

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Former Beatle Ringo Starr has announced the lineup for the latest version of his All Starr Band. This time around the band will include Todd Rundgren, Gregg Rolie from Santana, Steve Lukather from Toto, Richard Page from Mr. Mister, saxophonist Mark Rivera and drummer Gregg Bissonette.

The tour will begin June 14th in Niagara Falls, Ontario and runs through July 21st, ending at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles. The press release states that more dates will be added. The tour is to support Ringo's album, "Ringo 2012."

This isn't the first time Rundgren and Page have been in the All Starr Band, but it's the debut for Steve Lukather and Gregg Rolie, who was the lead vocalist in the original lineup of Santana. In 1973, he co-founded Journey with Neal Schon. He left the band in 1980. Aw, Ringo! You were always our favorite Beatle!
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Ringo Starr announces new All Starr Band lineup, tour dates

Former Beatle Ringo Starr has announced the lineup for the latest version of his All Starr Band. This time around the band will include Todd Rundgren, Gregg Rolie from Santana, Steve Lukather from Toto, Richard Page from Mr. Mister, saxophonist Mark Rivera and drummer Gregg Bissonette.

The tour will begin June 14th in Niagara Falls, Ontario and runs through July 21st, ending at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles. The press release states that more dates will be added. The tour is to support Ringo's album, "Ringo 2012."

This isn't the first time Rundgren and Page have been in the All Starr Band, but it's the debut for Steve Lukather and Gregg Rolie, who was the lead vocalist in the original lineup of Santana. In 1973, he co-founded Journey with Neal Schon. He left the band in 1980. Aw, Ringo! You were always our favorite Beatle!
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