Ringo skips no beats on road to “Paradise’

WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Ringo Starr is more than getting by with a little help from his friends, his drums and his songs. The Beatles drummer and longtime solo performer is looking forward with his new album, Postcards From Paradise, and being honored for his celebrated past with an induction April 18 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. He’s already an inductee as part of the legendary English rock band.

Starr, 74, is still touring with his All-Starr band, too, including more U.S. dates in October, and his book of photography, Photograph, will go into wide release in September.

“I live a great life,” he says, with no regrets about missed experiences in poor beginnings in Liverpool, England, before he went on to embrace worldwide fame and fortune. “I don’t want to climb Everest. I’m having the good life where I am now. There’s no, ‘Wow, if only …’ Life is good. I can enjoy it.”

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