Ringo Starr is inducted into Hall of Fame
Ringo Starr had a little help from his friends as he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
The Beatles drummer was recognised at a ceremony in Cleveland, Ohio, as "one of the greatest and most creative drummers" in the music genre's history.
"My name is Ringo and I play drums," he humbly told the crowd, which included Yoko Ono, after being introduced by Paul McCartney.
Starr (74) is the last of the Fab Four to be inducted into the Hall of Fame.
He was joined on stage by Eagles guitarist Joe Walsh for a rendition of Starr's 1971 hit Don't Come Easy, before performing the Beatles' classic With A Little Help From My Friends with McCartney.