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Arts and Entertainment

Ringo & Ben Harper to Play Grammy Museum

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Following next week's release of Ringo Starr's self-produced album, Y Not, the Beatles drummer be making an appearance on January 19th at the Grammy Museum's intimate 200-seat theatre for an on-stage interview and performance, backed by Ben Harper and the Relentless 7. The museum's Executive Direcotr, Robert Santelli, will interview Starr, followed by audience questions. Then Starr, Harper and the band will play a few songs. The event is part of the “An Evening With…" series, which in the past has included Brian Wilson, Annie Lennox, Dwight Yoakam, Smokey Robinson. In addition to Harper, Y Not features Joe Walsh, Dave Stewart, Don Was, Joss Stone and Richard Marx.