Ringo Starr is an acclaimed English musician, and the drummer of the famous rock band ‘The Beatles’. He dropped out of school due to illness during this period he cultivated a deep passion for music. He did some petty jobs during which he was introduced to ‘Skiffle’ by one of his colleagues and joined a regular Skiffle band. He joined his first real band ‘Rory Storm and the Hurricanes’ where his drumming skills made him popular. During a tour, he met John Lennon and eventually joined their band where he debuted with the song ‘Hurricanes singer Lu Walters’. He faced some resistance from the crowd during his initial days for replacing Pete Best but eventually was accepted by them. He contributed significantly to the growth of the band as the band achieved some great heights. After ‘The Beatles’ broke up he turned towards his solo career where he debuted with ‘Sentimental Journey’ followed by some other successful albums including ‘Ringo’ which was the most notable album of his career. Though he has never been the creative leader of “Beatles” yet his music, work, writings, thoughts and drum beats have left a mark on his audience. Take a look at some of the most frequently quoted quotations and thoughts of Ringo Starr from within and out of the studio.