John Lennon’s Birthday
Yesterday marked what would have been Beatles star John Lennon’s 75th birthday. Earlier in the week, Thousands of people ‘gave peace a chance’ in New York coming together for a world record attempt to celebrate what would have been the icons birthday.
Yoko Ono led the 2,000-strong crowd in Central Park as they attempted to set the record for the largest group of human bodies forming a peace sign.
Unfortunately, despite an impressive showing, the attempt fell short of the record, which is set at over 5,000 people.
Ono released a statement, saying: “New York was a very special place for John – his adopted home – and I’m so happy that the John Lennon Bus is there to celebrate his 75th birthday.”
Tragically, the former Beatle-turned-political activist was gunned down in 1980 at the age of 40 outside New York’s Dakota apartments.
John has since remained a powerful and influential figure in the public eye and his 1971 single Imagine has become the defining song of his life.
A song which encourages listeners to consider peace and a world without borders, countries or possessions, it regularly returns to the charts each Christmas.
Here at Tribute Acts Management, we still get lots of bookings for our Beatles tribute band and also solo John Lennon tribute act which proves just how popular they were and how their music and influences really have stood the test of time.
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