Beatles drummer Ringo Starr is to get his own exhibition. On June 12, the Grammy Museum will open its doors to “Ringo: Peace And Love” - “the first major exhibition to explore the life of Ringo Starr.”
Ringo's exhibition will feature drum kits he played on at Shea Stadium and The Ed Sullivan Show, and his iconic Sgt Pepper suit. It will also include the cape he wore in Help and the red jacket he donned during The Beatles' final performance on the Apple building rooftop, along with personal and unpublished photographs and artifacts.
“Ringo: Peace and Love” will incorporate an interactive component where visitors can take a virtual lesson from the legendary drummer.
Bizarrely, Paul McCartney remains the only Beatle not to be honored with a dedicated Grammy Museum exhibition.