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Ringo Starr Now a Great-Grandfather
Ringo Starr has become a great-grandfather Beatle at age 76.
His press representative confirmed Monday night reports that his granddaughter, Tatia Starkey, and her partner Adam Low welcomed a son, Stone Zakomo Low on Aug. 14.
Tatia Starkey is the daughter of Ringo's son, Zak, who is a drummer for the Who, and has also drummed in the past with his dad's All-Starr Band and Oasis. Tatia Starkey also has a musical career as a member of the band Belakiss. The news was first reported by Noise11.com.
Starr announced in late July he will go back on tour with his All-Starrs starting Oct. 15 at Snoqualmie Casino in Sonqualmie, Washington.
The tour will hit Oregon, Nevada and California, then move to Japan and Korea, before returning to the States in November to hit Hawaii, California and Nevada.