17:26 | Lima, Nov. 12 (ANDINA).
Legendary rock drummer Ringo Starr and his All-Start Band delighted Peruvians with a priceless Monday night's performance at Lima's Jockey Plaza.
"¡Hello, Peru! Peace and Love... ¿Do you like rock? ¿Does it feel good?, said the former Beatle while taking the stage at 21:00 local time with a waiting crowd cheering for their dreamed concert to begin.
The unmatched show kicked off with Ringo's solo hit Matchbox, while the audience welcomed the presence of the beloved drummer of the mythic Liverpool-based band in the Peruvian capital with loud screams.
The audience was caught up with It don't come easy and Wings, both are part of Ringo's solo career as a singer and composer, later Ringo stood out in their fan's memories by playing the Peruvian cajon whem performing You are mine.
The concert has its height of Beatlemania with Ringo's performance of Don’t Pass Me By, Yellow Submarine, I Wanna Be Your Man, and With a Little Help From My Friends.
The 2013 All-Starr Band is comprised of Steve Lukather of Toto, Gregg Rolie of Santana band, Todd Rundgren of The New Cars, Richard Page of Mr. Mister, Mark Rivera and Gregg Bissonette.
Shortly after the second half started, the British idol and the All-Starrs performed covers of Rossana, I Saw the Light, Kyrie, Black Magic Woman, Oye como va, among others songs which have topped the billboard charts.
This historic concert drew more than 10,000 fans which testified the relevance and significance of Ringo Starr, who is one of the greatest rock stars of all time.