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Friday, 11 November 2016

Maroon-haired Lee

1989 - Jason & Lee with Cynthia & Bill Harry at Lennon's restaurant at 13/14 Upper St. Martin's Lane.






Paul Shaffer, Ringo Starr daughter Lee Starkey circa 1989 in New York City. (Photo by Robin Platzer/IMAGES/Getty Images).

















































































In 1989, Ringo appeared with his daughter Lee in a US television commercial for Oldsmobile, in which he sang the automaker's new jingle, "This is not your father's Oldsmobile! This is the new generation of Olds!". "This is not your father's Oldsmobile" campaign showed celeb kids driving the brand's cars. 























Ringo Starr and Buck Owens 'Act Naturally' (1989) - Lee Starkey as herself (stylist and make-up artist), making a brief cameo.
In 1989, Owens and Starr, the two most famous singers of "Act Naturally," teamed up for a brand-new version, on 27 March. The session was produced by Jerry Crutchfield and Jim Shaw. Also creating a lighthearted music video for it, between 23 and 29 June, with them playing bumbling versions of themselves playing cowboys in a western being filmed. The video was directed by George Bloom, and produced by Ken Brown. Released on Capitol Records (B-44409), on 29 July 1989, the duet peaked at number 27 and spent 11 weeks on the Billboard country chart in the summer of 1989. The recording was nominated for the 1989 Country Music Association "Vocal Event of the Year" and a 1990 Grammy for "Best Country Vocal Collaboration."





August 11th, 1989. New Jersey. Lee & bother Zak touring with Ringo with his "All Starr Band". Ringo's wife Barbara Bach was named the official photographer of the "All Starr Band" tour, as long as Lee Starkey was his father's personal assistant.


Lee Starkey attending at Ringo Starr's All Starr band 1989 tour at the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, September 3rd 1989.


























Screen captures of Barbara Bach and Lee Starkey attending at Ringo Starr's All Starr band 1989 tour at the Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, during the song 'Photograph' (co written by Starr and George Harrison in 1973), filmed on September 3rd 1989.

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