Ringo Starr will be treating fans of The Beatles on a journey of their fame through unseen photographs of their years together as a band in an upcoming electronic memoir.
The 72-year-old drummer of the legendary band, which also consisted of Paul McCartney, George Harrison and John Lennon, will be releasing e-book 'Photograph' on June 12, charting the early days of their rise to global super stardom including their first tour in the US and their unforgettable visit to India, in addition to their final weeks together as a group in the 1970s.
Ringo Starr will be releasing unseen Beatles images in 'Photographs' (WENN)
While the band's career was extensively documented during their active years, Ringo is now providing fans with an intimate insight into parts of their lives which the public weren't privy to through more than 100 photos which the musician found “in boxes we brought home after my mother died. We thought, 'I wonder what she's got!,” he told People.
In a statement, Ringo said the photos “portray four lads from Liverpool, trying to live normal lives amidst the frenzy that surrounded them.” Confirming the images are exclusives, Ringo said according to the Independent: "These are shots that no one else could have."
'Photograph' will be made available to download on June 12 while a limited print edition will be out in December, but you have to be quick to snap these up as only 2,500 will be released!
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