Ringo Starr Announces The Release Of New Music Video For ‘Teach Me To Tango’

The legendary rock band The Beatles’ drummer Ringo Starr revealed the release of his new visualizer ‘Teach Me To Tango’ which was streaming on Youtube now from his latest EP album on his Instagram account.

Apart from his successful career as The Beatles drummer, his solo musical career was also appreciated by his fans. As the celebration of his 80th birthday, Starr planned a live stream concert in July 2020 including his longtime friends and colleagues, Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, Ben Harper, Dave Grohl, Sheryl Crow, and Willie Nelson. It was a replacement for his annual birthday party at the Capitol Records Building which was canceled because of COVID-19.

Later, he released ‘Here’s to the Nights‘ as the lead single of his upcoming EP album ‘Zoom In’ on December 16, 2020. The album was recorded at Starr’s home studio and was released on March 19, 2021. It consisted of ‘Zoom In Zoom Out,’ ‘Waiting for the Tide to Turn,’ ‘Not Enough Love in the World,’ and ‘Teach Me to Tango.’ The album got very positive critics and the fans started to wait for the music videos of the songs.

Recently, Ringo Starr announced that the fans could watch the visualizer of ‘Teach Me To Tango’ which was from his latest EP album on his Instagram. The visualizer was streaming now on Ringo Starr’s official Youtube Channel. Although it was released a short time ago, ‘Teach Me To Tango’ became very popular and was liked a lot.

Here’s what he wrote:

“Ringo has just released a visualizer for ‘Teach Me To Tango,’ one of the fresh new tracks from the ‘Zoom In’ EP. The exciting new visuals are streaming now on Ringo’s YouTube channel!

Peace and Love, Team Ringo.”

You can see the post below.

You can watch the video below.