Les Schwab Amphitheater

Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band

$49 / $105 + fees

Ringo Starr is the well known drummer for The Beatles from 1962-1970. Ringo sang lead vocals on Yellow Submarine, With a Little Help from My Friends, Octopus Garden and I Want to Be Your Man.

Ringo has brought together several touring All Starr bands starting in 1990 pulling from a well known group of musicians over the years. Ringo's All Starr band currently features Todd Rundgren, Steve Lukather (from Toto), Richard Page (from Mr. Mister), Gregg Rolie (from Santana /Journey) and Gregg Bissonette.

Come join us for two full sets from Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band. General Admission and Reserved Seating is available. Accessible seating is available for both seating types through the same channels of purchase. Chairs, blankets and strollers are allowed at this show.



Todd Rundgren

Todd Rundgren is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and record producer. His career has produced a diverse range of recordings, both as a solo artist and as a member of the band Utopia. He has also been prolific as a producer and engineer on the recorded work of other musicians.

During the 1970s and 1980s, Rundgren engineered and/or produced many notable albums for other acts, including Straight Up by Badfinger, Stage Fright by The Band, We're an American Band by Grand Funk Railroad, Bat Out of Hell by Meat Loaf and more. His best-known songs include "Hello It's Me" and "I Saw the Light", which have heavy rotation on classic rock radio stations, and "Bang the Drum All Day", which is featured in many sports arenas, commercials, and movie trailers.

Steve Lukather

Steve Lukather is a guitarist, singer, songwriter, arranger and record producer, best known for his work with the rock band Toto. A prolific session musician, Lukather has recorded guitar tracks for more than 1,500 albums representing a broad array of artists and genres. He has also contributed to albums and hit singles as a songwriter, arranger and producer. Lukather has released seven solo albums.

Lukather has been nominated for twelve Grammy awards, and has won five. While his work with Toto was predominantly based on pop rock music and his solo work ventures into progressive rock and hard rock, many of Lukather's side-projects are focused on jazz fusion. He held a long-time collaboration with jazz guitarist Larry Carlton that produced a Grammy-winning live album, and he was a member of the jazz fusion band Los Lobotomys, a collaboration of notable session musicians.

Richard Page

Richard Page is a musician who was the lead singer and bassist of 1980s band Mr. Mister and is now a songwriter and solo artist. As lead vocalist for Mr. Mister, Page scored two consecutive Hot 100 No. 1's with the singles "Broken Wings" and "Kyrie". Prior to Mr. Mister's breakthrough 1985 No. 1 album, Welcome to the Real World, he turned down the opportunity to be a lead singer with the groups Chicago and Toto.

Mr. Mister would release three albums before breaking up in 1990. Subsequently he was a member of Third Matinee with Patrick Leonard, before he released his first solo album Shelter Me in 1996. It featured the singles "The Best Thing" and "My Oxygen", a remake of Nik Kershaw's hit. Following Shelter Me, Page worked as a songwriter and session player. His songwriting clients include Kenny Loggins, Madonna (Golden Globes and Grammy nominated song, "I'll Remember" from With Honors), Josh Groban, Céline Dion, Chaka Khan, Donna Summer, Dionne Warwick, The Pointer Sisters, Meat Loaf, Patti LaBelle, Hall & Oates, BB Mak, Bill Champlin, Al Jarreau, Leona Lewis and many others.


Gregg Rolie

Gregg Rolie is a keyboardist, organist, and singer, who is one of the founding members of the bands Santana, The Storm, Abraxas Pool and Journey, for whom he was the original lead singer. Rolie was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Santana. Rolie was part of the Santana’s first wave of success, including an appearance at the Woodstock Music and Art Festival in 1969 and central roles in several hit albums. He is perhaps best known for being the lead vocalist on Santana's hits Black Magic Woman (US #4) and Evil Ways, and his sound on the Hammond B3 organ.

In 1973 Rolie joined a new band with ex-Santana guitarist Neal Schon; this became Journey where he was keyboardist for the band's first six albums. On Journey and Look into the Future, he was lead vocalist, and on Next he shared those duties with guitarist Neal Schon. After Steve Perry joined the band in 1977, Rolie sang co-lead vocals on several songs on the albums Infinity, Evolution, and Departure.


Gregg Bissonette

Gregg Bissonette is a drummer. He has been a touring, session recording, and full-time drum set player in many jazz and rock bands. He is well known for his instructional videos, drum clinics, and for having been a member of the David Lee Roth band.

Bissonette was the drummer on David Lee Roth's multi-platinum releases Eat 'Em and Smile (1986) and Skyscraper (1988). Bissonette also appears on David Lee Roth's A Little Ain't Enough (1991) and Joe Satriani's The Extremist (1992).