Monday, February 11, 2013


All Starr, Todd Rundgren

Posted by: Staff writers | 11 February, 2013 - 6:16 PM

Todd Rundgren4BC Drive: Ringo Starr is in Australia for the first time since The Beatles last toured in 1964, performing a series of shows around the country with his All Starr band comprised of musicians who are "all stars in their own right".
One of those stars is Todd Rundgren, famous for such hits as "Can't We Still Be Friends?" and "I Saw the Light" as well as funding and producing Meat Loaf's classic Bat out of Hell album.
Rundgren ducks out of a sound check to join Gary Hardgrave ahead of the band's opening night at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
He spills the beans on what it's like chasing summers around the world with the Beatles legend as well as Toto's Steve Lukather, Santana and Journey's Greg Rolie, Mr Mister's Richard Page, The Eagles' Joe Walsh and many talented others.

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