Ringo Starr vs Charlie Watts

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Drummer
Drummer
$350 Million
Net worth 2018
$170 Million
Musicians
Industry
Musicians
Dingle, Liverpool, England
Residence
Kingsbury, London, England
British
Country
British
07/07/1940
BirthDay
02/06/1941
1.68 m
Height
1.73 m
St Silas primary school,
Education
University of Westminster
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2011

He has an estimated personal wealth of $150 million by the ‘Sunday Times Rich List’ in 2011

2008

In 2008, Starr released another solo album, ‘Liverpool 8’

2003

In 2003, he formed ‘Pumpkinhead Records’ with his All-Starr band member, Mark Hudson

1995

One of the singles that Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Starr worked on, titled ‘Free As A Bird’ released in 1995 after Lennon’s death, and became a huge hit

1992

In 1992, he released his first studio album, ‘Time Takes Time’ that featured guest performances by a number of artists

1990

In 1990, the group released their first official live album, ‘Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band’, which was a compilation of all their live performances

1989

In 1989, ‘Ringo Starr & His All-Starr Band’ gave their first performance to a jam-packed audience in Dallas, Texas

1984

In 1984, he teamed up with Paul McCartney once again for the musical drama, ‘Give My Regards to Broad Street’

1981

In 1981, he starred in the comedy film, ‘Caveman’ along with his future wife, Barbara Bach

1977

From 1977 to 1978, his albums, ‘Ringo the 4th’ and ‘Bad Boy’ became commercial disasters in the world of music

1975

In 1975, he founded his own record label company, ‘Ring O’ Records’

1973

His third solo album ‘Ringo’, released by Apple Records in 1973, was placed at the number 2 position on the Billboard 200

1971

From 1971 to 1974, apart from recording albums, Starr was also involved in other creative pursuits

1970

He began his career as a solo artist in 1970 with his debut solo album, ‘Sentimental Journey’

1969

Following a brief period of creative rigidities with ‘The Beatles’, he decided to spend time on other projects including the film, ‘The Magic Christian’, in 1969

1966

In 1966, in their seventh album, ‘Revolver’, he was given only one single in the album as the lead singer titled, ‘Yellow Submarine’

1965

In 1965, for ‘Help!’ a film venture, Starr was once again given a chance to prove his acting abilities and also provided the vocals for thesingle ‘Act Naturally’

1962

In 1962, Starr had his first professional recording experience with the Beatles

1960

In the early 1960s, the group was already making headlines across the Atlantic and took their music to the big screen with a comical documentary film, ‘A Hard Day’s Night’, in 1964, where Starr had an acting role

1956

He then did a number of odd-jobs and sometime around the 1956, he worked as an apprentice machinist with an equipment manufacturer

1953

Meanwhile, in 1953, his mother married an ex-Londoner, Harry Graves, who introduced young Starkey to soundtracks by Sarah Vaughan, Dinah Shore and Billy Daniels

1948

After his discharge from the hospital in 1948, his mother did not allow him to go to school and till the age of 8, the young boy was unschooled

1940

Richard Starkey was born on July 7, 1940 to Elsie and Richard Starkey, in Liverpool, Lancashire, England

2016

On March 25, 2016, the ‘Rolling Stones’ created history when the group performed a free concert in front of a crowd of around 500,000 in Havana, Cuba, where music of the band was earlier banned by the Communist regime of the country

2009

He started performing for the band since April 2009

2004

His group ‘The Charlie Watts Tentet’ released an album in 2004 titled ‘Watts at Scott's’

2000

In 2000 he collaborated with American drummer and percussionist Jim Keltner and released the album ‘Charlie Watts/Jim Keltner Project’

1991

His own jazz group, ‘Charlie Watts Quintet’ released several albums like ‘From One Charlie’ (1991), ‘A Tribute to Charlie Parker with Strings’ (1992), ‘Warm and Tender’ (1993), ‘Long Ago and Far Away’ (1996)

1986

His ‘Charlie Watts Orchestra’, a 32-piece band, performed live at the ‘Fulham Town Hall’ in 1986

1980

Sometime in the 1980s, he and his wife set up Haldson Arabians, a stud farm in Dolton village in west Devon where the couple breed and raise horses

1975

He and Mick Jagger also contributed as designer in many of the group’s tour stages like the ‘Tour of the Americas’ (1975), ‘Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour’ (1989-90), ‘Bridges to Babylon Tour’ (1997), ‘Licks Tour’ (2002-03), and ‘A Bigger Bang Tour’ (2005-07)

1972

’ (1972), ‘It's Only Rock 'n Roll’ (1974), ‘Tattoo You’ (1981) and ‘A Bigger Bang’ (2005)

1970

He always had a leaning towards jazz, and by late 1970s he became associated with Ian Stewart in ‘Rocket 88’, a retro boogie-woogie party band

1968

Over the years the ‘Rolling Stones’ has released several hit albums that include ‘Beggars Banquet’ (1968), ‘Sticky Fingers’ (1971), ‘Exile on Main St

1967

The album liner of ‘Between the Buttons’ (1967) and some of the early records of the band were designed by him

1964

Its cover of Bobby Womack's ‘It's All Over Now’ zoomed up at the number 3 position on the British pop charts in 1964

1963

On January 12, 1963 he played for the first time for the band at the ‘Eagles Blue Club’

1962

Brian Jones, Keith Richards, Mick Jagger and Ian "Stu" Stewart would often visit the rhythm and blues clubs in London and during one such occasion in mid-1962 they met Watts

1961

In 1961, he penned down a children’s book, ‘Ode to a High-Flying Bird’, a tribute to the jazz legend Charlie Parker, which was later published in 1965

1960

In 1960 he joined ‘Charlie Daniels Studios’, an advertising company, as a graphic designer

1958

He started his musical career along with his friend Dave Green in around 1958-59 and played in ‘Jo Jones All Stars’, a jazz band, in Middlesex

1952

In 1952 he joined the ‘Tylers Croft Secondary Modern School’, where he studied till 1956

1941

He was born on June 2, 1941, at the ‘University College Hospital’, London, to Charles Richard Watts and Lillian Charlotte (née Eaves)