• Mark Rivera

    Ringo Starr's Music Director, Legendary Sax Player

    Mark Rivera, Ringo’s current Musical Director, premiered his first solo album, Common Bond, at a recent NY FEST. His main gig is being Billy Joel’s horn player. Mark is considered one of the finest horn players in the world. His song, “Money, Money, Money” (with Ringo playing Drums) was voted the 8th Coolest Song of the Year on Little Steven’s Underground Garage on Sirius/XM.

    Mark is a huge Beatles fans and early in his amazing career, performed with John Lennon in 1975, an experience he will never forget. He has also been  co-hosting Ken Dashow’s Live Breakfast With The Beatles shows. We’re thrilled to be welcoming back Mark to the New York Metro FEST!




    2005: New York Metro, Chicago
    2011: New York Metro
    2014: New York City, Chicago, Los Angeles
    2015: New York Metro, Chicago
    2016: New York Metro
    2017: New York Metro, Chicago




    Performing “Got To Get You Into My Life” with Liverpool at the 2015 New York Metro Fest –



    Performing “Listen To What The Man Said” with members of Wings and Liverpool at the 2014 Los Angeles Fest –



    Performing “Savoy Truffle” with Liverpool at the 2014 Los Angeles Fest –



    Performing “Johnny B. Goode” with Laurence Juber and Liverpool at the 2014 Chicago Fest –





    Performing “Slippin’ and Slidin'” with John Lennon during A Salute to Sir Lew Grade in 1975 –



    Performing “Scenes From An Italian Restaurant” at Madison Square Garden with Billy Joel in 2014 –



    Performing “Rosanna” with Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band in 2012 –



    Mark Rivera on the web: markrivera.com
    Mark Rivera on Facebook: facebook.com/markriveramusic
    Mark Rivera on Twitter: @markriveramusic