After replacing a little known drummer named Pete Best in a new and up and coming band called The Silver Beatles, Ringo Starr took his career all the way to the Rock N Roll Hall of Fame.
So to celebrate Ringo's life a new exhibit called "Ringo: Peace and Love" will go on display at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.
The exhibit will show his entire life growing up in Liverpool, playing with Rory Storm, The Beatles, his solo career and his All Starr Band.
The display will feature:
The drum kits he played at Shea Stadium and on The Ed Sullivan Show.
His Sergeant Pepper suit that he wore on the album cover.
The cape he wore in the movie Help!
The red jacket he wore in 1969 during the filming of The Beatles' Abbey Road rooftop concert.
And personal letters, photographs and documents from his family and his days with The Beatles.
It will also be an interactive exhibit, where fans can take a drum lesson with Ringo through an instructive video.
It will be on display June 12th and run through November before it goes on tour next year.