Hello, Everybody!!! Welcome back to the countdown.
Found on Pinterest (original source unknown).
Another day. Another song. Another legend.
Picture it: Sunday, February 9, 1964. Four lads from Liverpool were introduced to America thanks to their earth shattering performance on “The Ed Sullivan Show.” This man was the final piece of the Beatles puzzle. The last one to join, but the one who set the foundation of the group with every beat of his drums. As great as the other three were, would “Yellow Submarine” or “With A Little Help From My Friends” have sounded the same if they were sung by John, Paul or George? No. Sir Richard Starkey made them all his own. He began as a poor boy, too, who eventually played his drums for a king. Just like the little boy in today’s song.
Ringo Starr (original source unknown).
Ringo Starr: “The Little Drummer Boy“.
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What are some of your favorite Christmas songs?
Until next time, happy listening!!!