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  • Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Pay Tribute To Cynthia Lennon
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    Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono Pay Tribute To Cynthia Lennon

    Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and Yoko Ono have each paid tribute to Cynthia Lennon, following her death at age 75 after a brief battle with cancer. Cynthia Lennon was the first wife of Beatle John Lennon. A message on the newly established Cynthia Lennon memorial website said she died “following a short but brave battle

  • Yoko Ono Unveils All-Star ‘Bad Dancer’ Video
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    Yoko Ono Unveils All-Star ‘Bad Dancer’ Video

    Yoko Ono took her late husband’s former bandmate’s lead when producing her latest music video for Bad Dancer, from her recent LP, Take Me To the Land of Hell. Sir Paul McCartney enlisted Sean Penn and Johnny Depp for his Queenie Eye video and Ono has likewise rostered an all-star cast. The stars featured in

  • Yoko Ono To Unveil Not-For-Profit John Lennon Educational Tour Bus
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    Yoko Ono To Unveil Not-For-Profit John Lennon Educational Tour Bus

    After a provocative message in support of US gun control on twitter Yoko Ono Lennon is expanding her educational endeavours as she prepares to launch the European incarnation of the not-for-profit John Lennon Educational Tour Bus on Wednesday 8th May at the Museum of Liverpool. The bus itself is touted as a “state-of-the-art mobile audio

  • Yoko Ono To Play Lennon’s ‘Double Fantasy’ To Close Meltdown Festival
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    Yoko Ono To Play Lennon’s ‘Double Fantasy’ To Close Meltdown Festival

    Yoko Ono will play Double Fantasy – her final collaboration with husband John Lennon – in its entirety, to close out this year’s Meltdown Festival, taking place at the Southbank Centre, London from 14th-23rd June. Double Fantasy was initially panned upon its release in 1980 for being too self-indulgent but later praised following the murder

  • Paul McCartney – “Yoko Ono Cheesed Us Off”
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    Paul McCartney – “Yoko Ono Cheesed Us Off”

    Sir Paul McCartney has illuminated The Beatles’ sentiments surrounding Yoko Ono’s involvement in Beatles recording sessions, describing his feelings, as well as those of George Harrison and Ringo Starr, as “cheesed off”. Even though McCartney and Yoko have long since buried the hatchet, Sir Paul still recalls the animosity that existed when Yoko entered the

  • Yoko Ono Tweets Images Of Lennon’s Blood-Spattered Glasses
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    Yoko Ono Tweets Images Of Lennon’s Blood-Spattered Glasses

    Yoko Ono has taken to her Twitter account, on what would have been the 44th anniversary of her marriage to Beatles co-frontman John Lennon, to spread the message of gun violence in the United States, using an image of the glasses Lennon was wearing on the day of his murder. Posting the image a handful

  • Wayne Coyne Offers Fan The Chance To Have Acid With Him
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    Wayne Coyne Offers Fan The Chance To Have Acid With Him

    Now here’s a pretty cool compensation gift for missing a flight. NME reports that The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne has accepted a fan’s request to take acid with him and Yoko Ono after the fan missed his flight due to the bomb-scare caused by Coyne earlier this month. Coyne was stopped at Will Rogers airport

  • Yoko Ono Suing John Lennon-Themed-Pub
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    Yoko Ono Suing John Lennon-Themed-Pub

    Yoko Ono is reportedly suing a bar owner whose establishment is to be devoted to her deceased husband and former Beatle, John Lennon. Jam Showbiz (via NME) reports that Mike Craig, a landlord from Dundee in Scotland, has been sent a letter from Ono’s legal team stating he is infringing on copyright. The letter is

  • Yoko Ono Drops In On SXSW
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    Yoko Ono Drops In On SXSW

    On her first ever visit to SXSW in Austin, Texas, Yoko Ono has been reminiscing about her illustrious life, and suggesting that John Lennon would have been an enthusiastic user of Twitter. When asked if the deceased Beatle would use Twitter, she said “of course he would. He would be very excited about the computer

  • Musicians Act Fast To Raise Japan Funds
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    Musicians Act Fast To Raise Japan Funds

    Merely a week after Japan suffered its shattering tsunami and earthquake, the rock community is getting itself in gear to raise funds for victims and the relief effort, with the likes of Yoko Ono, Lou Reed, Sonic Youth and Linkin Park the latest to get involved with benefit concerts or auctions, following yesterday’s news that

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