The rockstar Ringo Starr signed an exclusive global publishing agreement with BMG. The news became public on Tuesday. This agreement covers part of the iconic songs of The Beatles. It covers almost 50 years, as well as the compositions that will emerge in the future.
“What Goes On” by Rubber Soul, “Flying” by Magical Mystery Tour, “Do Not Pass Me By” by The White Album, “Octopus’s Garden” by Abbey Road and “Dig It” and “Maggie Mae” by Let It Be, as well as other pieces.
A legend marking another decade
Throughout Starr’s solo career, he has been able to release 19 studio albums. Starting with Sentimental Journey from 1970 to Give More Love, which premiered last year. His 1973 album, Ring, was able to reach the top, ranking at number #2 on the Billboard 200 list and is certified by the RIAA Platinum with singles such as “Photograph” and “You’re Sixteen”, being at the top of the list. hot 100 list
Being part of the story for his talent, Starr has received nine Grammy awards and has been included twice in Hall Of Fame of Rock and Roll. The first time belonging to the band The Beatles and then as a soloist. Still can’t believe it, a total legend! And to add, last month he was honored with a knighthood by Queen Elizabeth II for his services in music and his charitable work.
“I love making music and the songwriting process. Putting new music to play next to the previous one,” Starr said in a statement. “It’s good to be working with BMG, who are excited to have my complete catalog.”
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Zach Katz, president of repertoire and marketing of BMG said that: The president, repertoire and marketing of BMG EE. UU., Zach Katz, added: “It is a euphemism to say that our entire team is overwhelmingly excited to welcome Ringo to the BMG family. From New York, Nashville and Los Angeles to our offices around the world. They are all engaged. globally and eager to show you what a multimedia music company can do. In general, when you have the right creative tools to put your music to work. ”
No doubt Ringo Starr is a legend in music. Being recognized for his participation in the band that marked a decade and the history of music and now, rockin ‘as a soloist!