In this 1974 interview, John Lennon reveals that he had reunited with his estranged wife, Yoko Ono.
Frontman Wayne Coyne takes the lead on the verses, while Ono helms the chorus she sang on the original over 40 years ago.
Yoko Ono will have to pay a Brooklyn designer who claimed the singer had ripped off her clothing designs.
“My sexuality takes up about two hours a month at a push. I think the same could be said for a lot of straight people. If you were to actually narrow it down to how much of your life is really about your sexuality, you’d be amazed.”
“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?”
A new comic is recounting the breakup of The Beatles. Bluewater Productions is behind the book, called “Paul McCartney: Carry That Weight,” which tells the story from McCartney’s perspective. Publisher Darren Davis says the author […]
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 […]
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.”
An exhibition featuring John Lennon’s sketches will be presented by his widow Yoko Ono this week in NYC.
“My first introduction to a cow was being taught how to milk it by hand. I’ll never forget the realization that fresh milk could be so much sweeter than what we bought in grocery stores.” – Sean Lennon