Bonnie Jo Mason/Cher Bono - Ringo, I Love You 45 SingleUnder the pseudonym of Bonnie Jo Mason, a teen-aged Cher recorded the novelty record “Ringo, I Love You”. The single was Cher’s first record and was released in 1964 on Annette Records, with “Beatle Blues” (instrumenal) on the flip side.

Cher’s husband-to-be, Sonny Bono, worked as an assistant to record producer Phil Spector, and helped her get a job as a studio backup singer. This led to the record being produced by the famous (and later infamous)  Spector.

The songwriting for “Ringo, I Love You” is credited to P. Spector – P. Case – V. Poncia – P. Andreoli.

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3 Responses to “What female singer recorded a song called “Ringo, I Love You”?”

  1. Gaga Says:

    I love this song, though I’ve known this song for quite a long time.. It’s sooo cute. I’m a huge Beatles-fan and Cher is definetly putting it in the right words. The great beginning of a great career 😀

  2. Daniel Says:

    It’s quite an historical record, being Cher’s first recording, and being released on Phil Spector’s new, “Annette Records”.

  3. KayLeeanne Says:

    i love this song, its amazing, its quite weird though because my best friend/cousin loves Cher and i LOVE the Beatles and were 14 and 13:) we are deffantily old souls…..i just wanna know what Ringo’s reaction was to this song….haha (my favorite beatles btw is not Ringo its John) 😀

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