Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagicRingo Starr will be at New York City’s Strand Book Store Monday afternoon to promote the recently published wide-release version of his coffee-table book, Photograph. Starr will take part in a Q&A event moderated by E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt that begins at 2 p.m. ET.

The book features a variety of rare candid pics snapped by the ex-Beatles drummer throughout his life, and Starr will discuss some of the images and share stories about his years in the world’s most famous rock band. The first 200 people who purchase a copy of Photograph in advance will be admitted into the event.

In other news, a documentary focusing on Starr’s passion for photography will premiere Tuesday, October 27, exclusively at RollingStone.com. The film, titled Photographer, was directed by famous shutterbug Marc Seliger.

Meanwhile, Starr and his All Starr Band rocked a packed house at the Foxwoods Resort Casino’s Grand Theater in Mashantucket, Connecticut Saturday. The show featured a surprise guest star: Bad Company drummer and All Starr Band alum Simon Kirke, who jumped behind Starr’s kit for the finale, which featured Ringo belting out the classic Fab Four anthem “With a Little Help from My Friends,” followed by a rendition of John Lennon‘s “Give Peace a Chance.”

Starr, of course, was the centerpiece of the concert, alternating between singing various classic tunes he recorded with The Beatles and as a solo artist and playing drums on songs made famous by the members of his star-studded group.

The All Starr Band’s lineup has remained the same for Ringo’s last several tour legs: Todd Rundgren, Toto guitarist Steve Lukather, founding Santana singer-keyboardist Gregg Rolie, Mr. Mister singer-bassist Richard Page, drummer Gregg Bissonette, and multi-instrumentalist Warren Ham.

The concert got under way with a cover of Carl Perkins‘ “Matchbox,” a song Starr recorded with The Beatles in 1964. That was followed by performances of Ringo’s first solo hit, “It Don’t Come Easy,” and a tune from his 2015 album Postcards from Paradise, “Island in the Sun,” which he co-wrote with his All Starr Band mates.

Starr then began passing the mic off to the group’s other members, with Rundgren singing his hit “I Saw the Light,” Rolie performing Santana’s “Evil Ways,” Lukather leading the band through a rendition of Toto’s “Rosanna,” and Page singing the Mr. Mister chart-topper “Kyrie.”

Plenty more memorable songs followed, with Starr treating the thrilled crowd to versions of The Beatles’ “Yellow Submarine,” “Don’t Pass Me By” and “I Wanna Be Your Man,” as well as renditions of his solo hits “Photograph” and “You’re Sixteen.” He also dusted off “I’m the Greatest,” a tune Lennon wrote for his 1973 album, Ringo.

Ringo and the All Starr Band’s 2015 U.S. tour winds down this Saturday with a concert in Brooklyn, New York. Here are all of Starr’s remaining tour dates:

10/27 — Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Hall
10/28 — Baltimore, MD, Lyric Opera House
10/30 — Upper Darby, PA, Tower Theatre
10/31 — Brooklyn, NY, Kings Theater

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