Michael Stipe Covers John Lennon in Rare Live PerformanceStipe also covered Neil Young and The Velvet Underground.
Yoko Ono Discusses John Lennon's Sexuality"Basically, all of us must be bisexual."
Yoko Ono Won't Let ISIS & Jihadi John 'Destroy the Memory of John Lennon'Yoko Ono is expressing her anger over alleged ISIS terrorist Mohammed Emwazi's use of John Lennon's name.
Minimation: John Lennon on Sneaking Out to Party During the Beatles' First U.S. TripHe tried to disguise himself, but he noted that no matter what he wore, "The nose was always the giveaway!"
Eight John Lennon LPs Getting Reissued in New Box SetAll eight Lennon solo albums will be collected in the set and feature original inserts, including posters and postcards.
Cynthia Lennon, John Lennon's First Wife, Dead at 75She was 75 and died after a short battle with cancer.
John Lennon's 'Imagine' Soundtracks Charlie Hebdo Rally in Paris: WatchThe events were led by relatives of the 17 victims who perished at the hands of gunmen.
Lawyer for Pharrell, Eagles and John Lennon Threatens to Sue YouTube for $1 BillionA new group has singled out YouTube over other sharing services for a slew of reasons, including "their attitude."
John Lennon or Paul McCartney? Hundreds of Celebs Answer the QuestionA new video allows a slew of artists to weigh in on the age-old debate over which Beatles' songwriter was the best.
Radio.com Minimation: John Lennon Reunites With Yoko Thanks to Elton JohnIn this 1974 interview, John Lennon reveals that he had reunited with his estranged wife, Yoko Ono.
New Apps Let You Sing with John Lennon, Sit with Paul McCartneyTwo new apps released earlier this week (Nov. 20) allow you to experience solo classics by two of the Beatles in unique new ways.
Radio.com Minimation: John Lennon on the Beatles Opening for Little Richard and Gene VincentOn Minimation, we comb through the archives of legendary New York radio station WNEW-FM and animate interviews with legendary rock artists. This installment is taken from a 1975 interview with John Lennon, where he recalled the days when the Beatles opened for Little Richard and Gene Vincent.