The world's most famous drummer Ringo Starr talks about working with fellow former Beatle, Paul McCartney, on his new album, 'Y Not,' ahead of his gig at Los Angeles' Grammy Museum. (AP/Jan. 20)
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The ‘Starrs’ align this week for knighted Beatle to play concert in Dayton

A brand new knight is riding back into the Gem City. 

Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band will play the Fraze Pavilion at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept 11. 

The city of Kettering-owned venue is located at 695 Lincoln Park Blvd.

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Tickets are still available for Starr’s show, which range from $50 to $85. They can be purchased at the Fraze FanFare Store in Town and Country Shopping Center, 300 E. Stroop Road, online at or by phone at 1 (800) 514-3849.

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The All Starr Band will include Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Gregg Rolie, Graham Gouldman, Warren Ham  and Gregg Bissonette.

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They will play songs like “The No No Song, “With A Little Help From My Friends,” “Don’t Pass Me By,” “Octopus’ Garden,” “It Don’t Come Easy” and “Back Off Boogaloo.”

Starr was knighted by Prince William on March 20 and is now officially known as Sir Richard Starkey.

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Starr has performed in Dayton several times over the years.  

His last show at the Fraze was in 2014. 

Starr and Paul McCartney are the surviving members of the Beatles.

The legendary band arrived in the United States for the first time on Feb. 7, 1964.

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: Ringo Starr, real name Richard Starkey, poses at Buckingham Palace after receiving his Knighthood at an Investiture ceremony on March 20, 2018 in London, England.
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