Let’s hope Theresa May brings peace and love with Brexit

Ringo Starr’s 77th birthday is Friday (July 7), and it seems the former Beatles member couldn’t be in a happier, more loving place in his life than right now.It’s an upbeat pop rock number with hints of the classic Beatles sound.Give More Love also has four bonus tracks: Back Off Boogaloo, You Can’t Fight Lightning, Photograph and Don’t Pass Me By. Pick it up on Amazon. His next album is set for release in September.To mark Starr’s 77th birthday, the drummer’s Facebook page has been posting live videos of fan celebrations throughout the world, including at Abbey Road Studios and Los Angeles’ Capitol Records building. With the album announcement, he has also shared the title track. It comes two years after his “Postcards from Paradise” release which featured the song “Island in the Sun”, written by his All-Starr band. The album includes help from many of his friends, among them: Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter, Peter Frampton, Benmont Tench, Dave Stewart, Timothy B Schmit and Steve Lukather.Speaking about reuniting with former bandmate Paul McCartney, he told Reuters: ‘We are still mates.During his public celebration Friday, Starr led a crowd in Hollywood in a “peace and love” chant and was joined on stage by Walsh and “Twin Peaks” director David Lynch. “I’m out on the road a lot to make records and he was in town so I called him and I said, ‘I’ve got this track for you to play on'”.”There is a lot of trouble in the world, a lot of violence in the world and a lot of starvation and a lot of people without water”, Starr said.”I’m a big supporter of Water Aid because everyone should at least have water”. English band the Beatles, along with the late George Harrison and John Lennon.