Ringo Starr Loses Beatles Pics
The drummer says that he can't find his collection of personal photographs from his days with the band
Starr has revealed to Rolling Stone Magazine that he has misplaced his huge collection of personal photographs which he took in the 60s.
He revealed that he was a prolific photographer, and he has pictures behind the scenes pics from rehearsals, TV appearances and film sets but he has lost them
"I don't know where they are," he says. "I wish I did. There's been several moves and things happen."
He says that he still hopes to one day stumble across them. A decade ago he came across a box of postcards from his bandmates and he published them in 2004 as a book called Postcards From The Boys.
"I found a box on my shelf and was like, 'What the hell is that?'" Starr recalls. "And it was full of the postcards. At the time we were moving house yet again, and the secretary I had at the time decided to put them all in envelopes and put them in a shoebox. That's how I found out I still had them. So you never know – one day I may find another box with all my photos."
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