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Ringo Starr Grooves Through 'Wings' in Atlanta - Premiere

Beatle and his All Starr Band contribute live cut to Sandy charity disc

November 30, 2012 9:00 AM ET
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Click to listen to Ringo Starr and the 2012 All Starr Band's 'Wings (Live in Atlanta)'

Ringo Starr and his 2012 All Starr Band are contributing a live version of his steadily grooving cut "Wings" – a track the former Beatle wrote in 1977 but re-recorded for his last album, Ringo 2012 – to an upcoming Hurricane Sandy charity compilation, Songs After Sandy: Friends of Red Hook for Sandy Relief.

The compilation features contributions from Jeff Lynne, Joan Osborne, Joe Walsh and Bob Weir, and it is available for pre-order through PledgeMusic. All proceeds will go to Restore Red Hook, Red Hook Initiative and Occupy Sandy. Hear Ringo's donation above.

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