Liam Gallagher on How John Lennon Inspired ‘As You Were’ Album TitleFor Liam Gallagher, John Lennon’s influence looms well beyond his days of fronting Oasis.
Paul McCartney Shares John Lennon Birthday MessagePaul McCartney has remembered his former Beatles bandmate with a sweet message and throwback photo.
Rare Beatles Demo Hits the Auction BlockIt's a demo from 1963 of the 'Rubber Soul' song "What Goes On" featuring John Lennon on vocals.
Arcade Fire Cover John Lennon’s ‘Mind Games’Arcade Fire has released a live version of John Lennon’s “Mind Games.”
John Lennon's Blistering Letters to Ex-Wife Set for AuctionLennon seemed miffed at Cynthia’s penchant for giving interviews and seeking attention for her connection to the Beatles.
Album John Lennon Autographed for Mark David Chapman Up for Sale AgainThe morbid item has been sold twice before and is now listed for $1.5 million.
Yoko Ono Given a Songwriting Credit for 'Imagine'"It may have been the happiest day of mine and mother's life,” Sean Ono Lennon.
3 Bodies Discovered in John Lennon's Former ApartmentLennon occupied the Liverpool flat on Falkner Street after he married Cynthia Lennon in 1962.
John Lennon Graphic Novel Gets Animated TrailerJohn Lennon fans, get ready to see your favorite musician in an entirely new light.
John Lennon 'Sgt. Pepper's' Sketch Going to AuctionThe “Music Icons 2017” auction will occur May 20, at the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square.
This Week In History: Hippies on Broadway; Paul & John Say "No" to SNL; Rod Stewart Says "Bye" to Porsche; How much for that Fender Strat?; Sheryl Crow Helps the Environment?!This week we kick it back when the 'Hippie Generation' ruled the Broadway scene; Paul & John say "No, No, No" to SNL; Rod Stewart says "Bye Bye" to his Porsche; How much did someone pay for that Fender Strat?; And, Sheryl Crow wants to help the environment?!
This Week in History: The Boss, The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, & EamonThis week we go back to the '60s when a no-name garage band would go one to be one of rock and rolls biggest artists; The '70s when the 'King of Rock and Roll' takes to the skies; The '80s, when the 'King of Pop' goes ablaze; The 90’s and one of rock history’s biggest finds; and finally to the 2000's with one of our own from Staten Island, NY!

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