It’s no big surprise that Pete Best, the Beatles drummer who was replaced by Ringo Starr, is celebrating the release of his new album, “Hayman’s Green,” at the Heartland Café in Rogers Park. Best began his musical career performing at his mother’s café, The Casbah Coffee Club, in Liverpool in the late fifties. The Heartland Café is a “cool place that offers wholesome food for the mind and body,” says owner Michael James. “This is the second time The Pete Best Band has come through here, and they had a blast.” The band covers rock ‘n’ roll sensations from The Beatles to The Kinks and Led Zepplin. While James, a political activist of the beat generation, showcases many different musical acts, the café has more recently begun to favor music out of his generation. James, who also recently hosted Barack Obama, says, “We want to bring back memories that inspire us to go forward in this day and age.” The Pete Best Band performs at Heartland Café September 24.