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Ringo Starr last member of "The Beatles" could lose his voice

By Lucía Murphy

Ringo Starr last member of "The Beatles" could lose his voice

Ringo confirmed to have an illness for which he had to cancel two concerts

The last member of "The Beatles", has had a small tour to remember his great talent on the drums. But two concerts had to be cancelled because the drummer reported that he was sick and that his vocal cords were hurting, the pain was so great that he could not speak.

The drummer reported that he is very sick and cannot speak very well, so he made the decision to go home to rest and resume the tour when he feels better health and have better concerts. Fans are waiting for the drummer to inform about the cancelled concerts. He and his band, All Starr, send wishes of love and apologies to the fans.

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An informant of Ringo commented that the artist could return on October 11, but this depends on the actor's health and how he is improving against the disease. Because he is having ups and downs, there are 6 concerts on hold, they have not been cancelled but could be cancelled or postponed.

Ringo showed great health during the pandemic, but he comments that it could have been the tour and his tiredness that caused his health system to drop so much. It was the October 2 concert where the drummer's discomfort began, and he gradually began to lose his voice to the point where he could not speak.

Ringo and his band All Starr

Ringo Starr formed his band in 1989, called "Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band", with which he has had concerts and tours. This tour would have concerts in the United States and Canada, but the whole tour was put on hold, and we hope the drummer's health improves, and that he will be able to continue with his tour.

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