I tried to go see Ringo last year, but he got flu.
I think he may be touring next year, but I'll have to wait and see I guess.
I'd love to see him.
Yellow Submarine is timeless. So is dear Carl Perkins' "Honey Don't", which is a great song. These things are always personal choices, but I don't have to defend any Beatles song like Yellow Submarine because it is brilliant.
Personally I would love to see Ringo in a smaller venue, much more intimate and I could see him well.
Ringo is family- just as all the Beatles are.
He is the greatest rock and roll drummer of all time and nobody plays like him. He is an original- just like the Beatles themselves. Sometimes when I'm listening to Beatles songs, I'll get sidetracked listening to his amazing fills and that rock solid back beat and I'm just lost in a Ringo cloud.
I cherish him.
Perhaps that's not such a bad idea. How blessed we are to still be able to love and cherish him. He's not gone like John and George.