Information Sheet of Tokyo Area (Color GIF, 81753 bytes)


  Date         City       Hall                           
 Jun.14 (Wed) Morioka   / Iwate Kenmin Kaikan
 Jun.15 (Thu) Sendai    / Sendai Sun-Plaza
 Jun.16 (Fri) Niigata   / Niigata Telsa
 Jun.18 (Sun) Osaka     / Osaka Castle Hall
 Jun.19 (Mon) Kurasiki  / Kurasiki Shimin Kaikan
 Jun.20 (Tue) Hiroshima / Hiroshima Kousei Nenkin Kaikan
 Jun.22 (Thu) Nagoya    / Nagoya Century Hall
 Jun.24 (Sat) Urayasu   / Bay NK Hall
 Jun.26 (Mon) Tokyo     / Nippon Budokan Hall
 Jun.27 (Tue) Tokyo     / Nippon Budokan Hall
 Jun.28 (Wed) Hamamatu  / Hamamatu Kyouiku Bunka Kaikan


Ringo Starr [of The Beatles] (Drums)
John Entwistle [of The Who] (Bass Guitar)
Randy Bachman [of The Guess Who, B.T.O.] (Guitar)
Mark Farner [of The Grand Funk Railroad] (Guitar)
Felix Cavaliere [of The Young Rascals] (Keyboards)
Billy Preston (Keyboards)
Zak Starkey (Drums)
Mark Rivera [of Billy Joel Band] (Saxphone)
On April 7th, Newspaper's advertizement announced tour member, include Clarence Clemons (Saxophone) & Nils Lofglen (Guitar).
But April 15th, Newspaper's advertizement announced they are deleted from member list, and added Mark farmer.
And in May, added Mark Rivera, who played saxphone in Billy Joel Band.


  1. Don't Go Where The Road Don't Go (Ringo)
  2. I Wanna Be Your Man (Ringo)
  3. It Don't Come Easy (Ringo)
  4. The Locomotion (Mark Farner)
  5. Nothing From Nothing (Billy Preston)
  6. No Sugar Tonight (Randy Bachman)
  7. People Got To Be Free (Felix Cavaliere)
  8. Boris The Spider (John Entwistle)
  9. Boys (Ringo)
  10. You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet (Randy Bachman)
  11. You're Sixteen (Ringo)
  12. Yellow Submarine (Ringo)
  13. My Wife (John Entwistle) Ringo disappear
  14. Closer To Home / I'm Your Captain(Mark Farner) Ringo disappear
  15. Honey Don't (Ringo)
  16. Act Naturally (Ringo)
  17. Back Off Boogaloo (Ringo)
  18. Groovin' (Felix Cavaliere)
  19. Will It Go Round In Circles (Billy Preston)
  20. Takin' Care Of Business (Randy Bachman)
  21. Some Kind Of Wonderful (Mark Farner)
  22. Good Lovin' (Felix Cavaliere)
  23. Photograph (Ringo)


  24. The No No Song (Ringo)
  25. With A Little Help From My Friends (Ringo)


May 24th & 25th 1995

---------- -- American Press Teams Interview
              Promotion for former July & August US tour.

May 26th 1995

---------- -- Rehearsal Session for Japan Tour begin
              At rehearsal, they played following songs which
              not included Japan Tour set-list .....
                  I'm The Greatest (Ringo)
                  Weight Of The World (Ringo)
                  Octpus's Garden (Ringo)
                  American Woman (Randy Bachman)
                  Twist And Shout (John Entwistle)
                  A Beatiful Morning (Felix Cavariere)
                  Outa-Space (Billy Preston)

Jun. 12th 1995

15:55(JST) -- Welcome To JAPAN!!
              Ringo, his wife Barbara landed Japan.
              They arrived at New Tokyo International Airport
              (also called Narita Airport) by Northwest 001
              from L.A., and welcomed by 50 or more fans.

Jun. 13th 1995

---------- -- Press Conferance in Tokyo

Jun. 14th 1995

---------- -- TV interview On Aired
              At Fuji Television (one of main promoter of 
              this Japan Tour) studio, Ringo interviewd.
              This interview recorded-tape on-aired by
              Fuji Television's Program, "Super Time".
---------- -- Move to Morioka by Shinkan-Sen

Jun. 27th 1995

19:00 JST  -- Concert at Budokan Hall
              This concert recorded video by NHK Television,
              and prepare for broadcasting on Satelite-TV!!
              (Perhaps on-air on NHK BS-2 (BS11ch)) 

Jun. 29th 1995

16:15(JST) -- Ringo leave Japan by Northwest012 (to Detroit).
              Goodbye and thank you very mach, Ringo and All Starrs!
              We had a good time!

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