Hear Ringo Starr’s Rollicking New Album ‘What’s My Name,’ Featuring Tons of His Friends as Special Guests

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He’s Ringo Starr — but on the off chance you didn’t know, he’d like to remind you. That’s why the record is titled What’s My Name, and it was released on Friday. It’s Starr’s 20th solo studio album to date.

As you’d expect from a new record compiled by the legendary Beatles drummer, he packed the studio with a number of his musical pals as special guests, including none other than Sir Paul McCartney, who appears on the track “Grow Old With Me,” a standout from the record that finds the two Beatles icons playing a song originally penned by John Lennon.

Joe Walsh features on that one, as well:

Other members of Ringo’s inner circle who show up on the album include Edgar Winter, Dave Stewart, Benmont Tench, Steve Lukather, Nathan East, Colin Hay, Richard Page, Warren Ham, Windy Wagner, Kari Kimmel and more.

Of particular note is “Better Days,” a song written by Sam Hollander, known around the music community for his chart success writing and producing for artists such as Fitz and the Tantrums, Panic! at the Disco, Weezer, Train, One Direction and more.

It’s a banger.

Stream What’s My Name below, via Spotify:

Be sure to watch our exclusive RockCellarTV video interview with the man himself, Ringo Starr, and All-Starr Band pals Steve Lukather and Todd Rundgren if you haven’t yet:


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