Beatles drummer Ringo Starr hints at future Las Vegas residency

The sticksman says a Nevada stint may happen in the next few years

Beatles drummer Ringo Starr hints at future Las Vegas residency

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Ringo Starr has suggested that he will do a Las Vegas residency in future.

The former Beatles drummer hinted at the possibility during a Hollywood press conference to announce a string of Latin American tour dates for his current project, Ringo and His All Starr Band, CNN reports.

"You mean like 'The Golden Drums?' Like - what is it - 'The Red Piano?'" he joked, referring to Elton John's Las Vegas show. "It's been talked about, but nothing's been finalised. We have a couple years before that happens, I believe. So what is the answer? Not yet."

Mötley Crüe, Shania Twain and Boyz II Men have all taken up residency in Las Vagas in the past.

Britney Spears recently announced that she will be heading to Nevada for a two-year stint at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino, beginning December 27, 2014. Reports have suggested she could make $300,000 (£186,000) per night.

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