Ringo Starr is back in the studio, according to a new report from Billboard which was confirmed by the drummer’s publicist over the weekend. The unnamed project will follow Starr’s fall 2017 release of his Give More Love solo album.Related: Watch The Beatles’ Surprise Rooftop Performance, Played On This Day In 1969Starr triggered the excitement about the possibility of more new music when he shared a photo of himself in the studio alongside Toto/All Starr Band guitarist Steve Lukather to his Twitter late last week. Starr’s publicity reps have since confirmed that he is indeed already hard at work on the next batch of solo tunes.Ringo won’t have too much time to write and record this year (unless the project is already secretly complete), as he and his All Starr Band are scheduled to begin their 2019 world tour later this week with an opening performance at Harrah’s Resort Southern California in Funner, CA on Thursday, March 21st. The tour is scheduled to continue until fall, with performances in Japan throughout the spring before returning to the U.S. for notable shows at New York City’s Pier 17 Rooftop, and the Woodstock 50th Anniversary weekend festivities in upstate New York.More recently, Ringo was named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth II, and even appeared on a new single from Jenny Lewis for her own forthcoming album.Fans can head to Starr’s website for tickets and info to his 2019 world tour.[H/T Billboard]
On Feb. 12 the members of the Faculty Council met with the president to ask and answer questions as representatives of the faculty and heard a proposal from the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology.The council next meets on Feb. 26. The next meeting of the faculty is March 4 at 4 p.m. The preliminary deadline for the March 4 meeting of the faculty is Feb. 18 at noon.
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