February 29, 1968 - The Beatles win two Grammy Awards for "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band": Song of the Year and Best Contemporary Album.
May 14, 1968 - Apple Corps Ltd. is formed to manage the Beatles' business affairs.
1969 - Starr has a part in the movie "The Magic Christian."
January 31, 1969 - The Beatles play an impromptu concert on the roof of the Apple building in London, their last live performance together.
April 10, 1970 - Paul McCartney announces that the Beatles have broken up.
March 16, 1971 - The Beatles win a Grammy for Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special, for "Let it Be."
April 15, 1971 - The Beatles win an Academy Award for Original Song Score, for "Let it Be."
1973 - Starr has two number one hits: "Photograph" and "You're Sixteen."
1981 - Starr plays part in the movie "Caveman" with future wife Barbara Bach.
January 20, 1988 - The Beatles are inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
1988 - Spends five weeks in a clinic being treated for alcoholism.
1989 - Forms the All Starr Band, with a rotating group of celebrity musicians.
1991 - Receives an award from BMI for one million broadcasts of the song, "It Don't Come Easy."
December 1995 - The Beatles release a new single, "Free as a Bird," their first new song in 25 years. John Lennon started it before his death in 1980.
February 26, 1997 - "Free as a Bird" wins two Grammy Awards for Best Pop Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocal and Best Music Video-Short Form and "The Beatles Anthology" wins one for Best Music Video.
2008 - Accepts the Diamond Award at the World Music Awards on behalf of the Beatles for more than 100 million records sold.
February 8, 2010 - Receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.