Beatle legend Ringo Starr will bring the latest incarnation of his

All-Starr Band to Good Morning America tomorrow, and here's a sneak peak of what fans can expect: Plenty of No. 1 songs. This year, the iconic drummer's Band — which kicked off a U.S. tour on July 26 — boasts such hitmakers as Squeeze's Paul Carrack, Men at Work's Colin Hay, Sheila E, John Waite and Mark Rivera.

"We are the best 1-800 band in the world," Starr quips. "We've got your hits. That's what it takes to be in the All-Starr Band."

Among the chart-toppin' singles that could get some play on the road: Carrack's "Tempted," Waite's "Missing You" or Hay's "Who Can It Be Now?" In addition, the Beatle classic "Yellow Submarine" is a shoo-in. "This year we are [also] throwing in 'Don't Pass Me By,'" Starr adds of the tour, which runs until September. "We never did it before."

In concert, Starr's also performing "Never Without You," his tribute to late bandmate George Harrison. "At the beginning, [playing] it was difficult," he says. "We do it in the spirit it was written, at quite a good tempo so it doesn't get maudlin. It's about him and his music. The world won't forget him."