On Saturday, Yoko Ono paid tearful tribute to her husband, late music icon John Lennon, on what would have been The Beatles star’s 70th birthday. In 1980, Lennon was gunned down by stalker fan Mark David Chapman in front of Manhattan’s The Dakota Apartment Building, where he shared a home with Yoko and their then
Ringo Starr joined Yoko Ono on stage at a John Lennon tribute concert. The pair sang ”Give Peace A Chance”, a Plastic Ono Band song penned by Lennon while the Fab Four were still together, on would have been the 70th birthday of the ex-Beatles, reports the Daily Express. Also present on stage at the
Beatles legend John Lennon would have been a lot more relaxed on his 70th birthday than he was on his 40th birthday, said Yoko Ono. “I can”t believe I”m going to be 40!” The Mirror quoted Ono as recalling the late Beatle fretting. “I said, ”John, John – 40”s not so bad, you know?”” she
Yoko Ono recalled the tender relationship she shared with husband John Lennon as she visited his childhood home and said she still felt his spirit with her 30 years after his death. “He was a very sweet and gentle person at home. He would make an effort and he would say, ”Love is something you
Japanese musician Yoko Ono, now 77, is still fighting to keep Mark David Chapman behind bars, nearly 30 years after the loner opened fire on John Lennon, killing the Beatles legend in a shooting outside the couple’s posh Manhattan apartment building on Dec. 8, 1980. Chapman, who has spent the past three decades locked up in
Yoko Ono is quite upset about the Oasis spilt – because she feels goodness shines from the band’’s music.
John Lennon’’s widow is an avowed Oasis fan and still finds it difficult to believe Noel Gallagher walked out on his brother Liam and bandmates prompting the group’’s break-up.
Liam still wants to make music with his Oasis