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Ringo Starr, famously the drummer for the Beatles, was just knighted for his ‘services to music.’ And Paul McCartney couldn’t wait to congratulate his old pal, writing :

‘Huge congrats Sir Ringo! Sir Richard Starkey has a nice ring to it. Best drummer best pal!’

As history recalls, Ringo, 77, real name Richard Starkey, joined the Beatles as a replacement drummer for Pete Best in 1962 and occasionally sang lead vocals, notably in “Yellow Submarine” and “With a Little Help from my Friends.”