“When I was singing about ‘all you need is love,’ I was talking about something I hadn’t experienced,” Lennon said on the subject.
“I thought, ‘If John loved her, there’s got to be something,” he said of Ono, whom he also called a “badass.” “He’s not stupid. It’s like, what are you going to do? Are you going to hold a grudge you never really had?”
John Lennon on Twitter, eh? If such a thing were possible, we imagine Lennon’s tweets would have looked something like this.
Several memorable moments from the lives of John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Yoko Ono is at it again – This time with a new dance single “Hold Me,” co-written and produced by EDM remixer Dave Aude. But is it good? CBS-FM jocks Broadway Bill Lee and Ron Parker don’t think so…
Yoko Ono is well known for her political activism, notably regarding sexism and racism, as well as promoting peace. But the news of drilling for natural gas in the Catskills is hitting close to home in the most literal sense for Ono, so she marched to New York’s capital of Albany to put a stop to it, the New York Times reports.
Rock fans have often been critical of Yoko Ono’s avant-garde vocal stylings, and it seems that some have been getting a good laugh out of a new viral video, where she appears to be singing along to Katy Perry’s “Firework.”
Selections from “The John Lennon Letters” will soon be available in a new app for iPhone iOS.
With the U.S. elections looming and the numerous attack ads and debates that accompany it, today is a perfect day to take a step back and re-ingest the powerful words that John recorded during another politically divisive time in American history.
An exhibition in John Lennon’s honor called, “Gimme Some Truth: The Artwork of John Lennon,” will be held by his widow, Yoko Ono, and will be on display this Friday through October 9th at 130 Prince Street in SoHo, NYC.