ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (TND) — Legendary drummer Ringo Starr reportedly fell on stage during a recent concert.
TMZ reported Starr, 83, took the tumble while he was performing with his "All-Starr Band" at Rio Rancho Events Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico Wednesday night.
The media outlet said Starr tripped while he was singing "Give Peace A Chance" during the show's encore.
"But he got right back up and made light of the sitch -- while continuing the show," TMZ reported.
Starr and his band, which is comprised of artists such as Edgar Winter, Steve Lukather, Colin Hay, Warren Ham, Gregg Bissonette, and Hamish Stuart, just kicked off a fall 2023 tour.
With a little help from my friends, we're getting together again. I know we're going to be in a city near you, so peace and love," Starr says in a video he shared on social media. "Hope to see you."
The band was forced to postpone several shows in 2022 because he and a few fellow members tested positive for COVID.
The shows were originally planned for 2020, but were initially postponed due to the pandemic.
Starr, whose real name is Richard Starkey, is a nine-time Grammy Award winner. He and Paul McCartney are the two surviving members of the classic rock band The Beatles.
John Lennon was 40 years old when he was shot and killed outside his New York apartment building on Dec. 8, 1980. George Harrison died at the age of 58 on Nov. 29, 2001 after a long battle with cancer.