In our modern age, hyperbole runs rampant. Everyone is a genius. Everyone is brilliant. Everyone is an all-star.
But just like Tuesday’s baseball All-Star Game showcased the best of the best, the same could be said of Wednesday’s concert featuring Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band.
At a sweaty Usana Amphitheatre, Starr and his six sidemen not only paid loving tribute to Starr’s songs with The Beatles and during his solo career. But the crack band of star musicians elevated the rest of the songs that have appeared on dusty Time-Life collections over the decades. Who could have imagined that "Kyrie" could sound so fresh and vibrant?
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