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11) What disease did Ringo contract at the age of 13?

in 1953, Ringo contracted tuberculosis and was admitted to a sanatorium, where he remained for two years. During his stay, the medical staff made an effort to stimulate motor activity and relieve boredom by encouraging their patients to join the hospital band, leading to his first exposure to a percussion instrument: a makeshift mallet made from a cotton bobbin that he used to strike the cabinets next to his bed.

12) Which song from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band features Ringo on lead vocals?

Ringo occasionally sang lead vocals, usually for one song on an album, including "With a Little Help from My Friends", "Yellow Submarine", "Good Night", and their cover of "Act Naturally".

13) What condition did Ringo develop at the age of six?

At age six, Ringo developed appendicitis. Following a routine appendectomy, he contracted peritonitis, which caused him to fall into a coma lasting for several days. His recovery spanned twelve months, which he spent away from his family at Liverpool's Myrtle Street children's hospital.

14) Who is Ringo's favorite drummer?

Ringo has said that his favourite drummer is Jim Keltner (an American drummer known primarily for his session work) with whom he first played at the Concert for Bangladesh in August 1971. The pair subsequently played together as a double-drumming team on some of George Harrison's recordings during the 1970s and several of Ringo's albums. For Ringo's Rotogravure (1976), Starr coined a term to describe their percussive combination, crediting himself as "Thunder" and Keltner as "Lightnin'".

15) What other Beatle sold his house to Ringo?

In 1971, Ringo purchased John Lennon's former home, Tittenhurst Park at Sunninghill in Berkshire and moved his family there.

16) Where did Ringo first perform publicly as a member of the Beatles?

Although he had done a few stand-in engagements with the band in Hamburg, Ringo made his first public appearance as a member of the Beatles on August 18, 1962, at a horticultural society dance at Port Sunlight.

17) What year was Ringo inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his solo career?

Ringo, who was previously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a Beatle in 1988, was inducted for his solo career in 2015, making him one of only 21 performers to be inducted more than once.

18) What was the name of Ringo's first band?

In 1957, Ringo cofounded his first band, Eddie Clayton & the Clayton Squares, a skiffle group that earned several prestigious local bookings before the skiffle craze faded, giving way to American rock and roll in 1958.

19) On which of the following Beatles songs is Ringo credited as a co-writer?

Ringo is credited as a co-writer of "What Goes On", "Flying" and "Dig It".

20) As a child, what park did Ringo sneak off to when he skipped school?

Because of childhood illness, Ringo fell behind at school. As a result, he didn't feel like he belonged there and often played truant at Sefton Park.