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Ringo Starr was born in Liverpool, England in 1940. At the age of 17, Starr was given a second-hand drum kit for Christmas, this was to be the start of his journey to super stardom. By 1959, Starr had joined 'Rory Storm and the Hurricanes' as the drummer. The relationship lasted only 3 years before Starr left the Hurricanes and went on to join 'The Beatles' in 1962. Still only 22 years old, Starr now found himself a member of the Fab Four and drummer in one of the greatest and most influential bands ever. After joining The Beatles, Starr had multiple hit singles and albums. Starting in 1963 with 'Please Please Me' and quickly followed by more hits like 'A Hard Day's Night' and 'Help!', Starr was at the epicenter of the swinging 60's. As the sound of The Beatles matured and a wave of Beatlemania washed around the world, the hit records kept coming. 1966 saw the release of the album 'Revolver', this contained the single 'Yellow Submarine' which gave Starr his first number one record as lead vocalist. The following year saw the release of one the most innovative and ground breaking albums of all time, 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band'. This album stayed at the top of the albums chart in America for 15 weeks and is regarded as one of the greatest of all time. After the final album, 'Let It Be', Starr left the band in 1970 and went on to have more success, both in music and as a film actor. 'Photograph' and 'You're Sixteen' both went to number 1 in America in 1973. Continued album releases followed throughout the 70's and 80's, although not as popular as his earlier work, they kept Starr on the musical map. The 1990's saw Starr touring with his 'All-Starr Band' and 2015 saw him inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, this accolade coming in addition to his 11 Grammy Awards.