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This Week In History: Harrison, Springsteen, Jackson, Lennon, and HillWe're back at you with another week in music history as we look back on how George Harrison helped the Rolling Stones; 'The Boss' passed an audition; and Lauryn Hill got the slammer -- PLUS more!
This Week In History: John & Yoko, Deliverance, Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, & Sgt PepperThis week we take a look back at John & Yoko's 'bed-in', Eric Clapton's tragedy in NYC, the birth of Bon Jovi (the band, not the man) + more!
John Lennon's Lock of Hair Sells for $35K at AuctionA 50-year-old lock of John Lennon's hair was recently sold at auction for $35,000.
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Remembering John Lennon 35 Years After His DeathThirty-five years after his death, hundreds are expected to gather across the street at Strawberry Fields in Central Park to remember Lennon.
Pianist Plays John Lennon's 'Imagine' Outside Site of Paris Concert Attack34-year-old German pianist Davide Martello traveled more than 400 miles with his piano on a trailer to perform John Lennon's "Imagine" outside of the Bataclan concert hall.
Michael Stipe Covers John Lennon in Rare Live PerformanceStipe also covered Neil Young and The Velvet Underground.
'Stolen' John Lennon Guitar Sells for $2.4 Million at AuctionThe 1962 J-160E Gibson which was used to record The Beatles' hits “P.S. I Love You” and “Love Me Do” was recently picked up for a handsome ransom by an anonymous bidder.
Yoko Ono Discusses John Lennon's Sexuality"Basically, all of us must be bisexual."
Yoko Ono Creates Giant Peace Sign for John Lennon's BirthdayNo Guinness World Record was set, but still pretty cool.

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