It’s been 30 years since John Lennon was shot and killed outside his New York apartment, but for his family, friends and fans, the loss sometimes feels as fresh as if it was yesterday.
Moments in Time is putting up for auction the controversial “Double Fantasy” album (above) that Lennon autographed for Mark David Chapman prior to the assassination
There’s no telling how different the history of The Beatles would be had the band never gone to Hamburg.
The photographer’s most famous image is the black-and-white photo of a leaning, leather-jacketed John Lennon in a doorway in Hamburg, Germany.
In this installment of Power Pop Plus, we’ll take a look at two New Yorkers who have each shed their power pop skin on their latest releases in favor of something a bit different.
Jeff Lynne, leader of the Electric Light Orchestra, has accomplished more than enough to merit induction into Rock’s Hall Of Fame
The acclaimed Beatles concert will make its Broadway debut this fall with a limited 12-week run of performances
In his most recent book, Ken Sharp interviewed more than 40 insiders on the making of John Lennon’s last musical statement: the wonderful “Double Fantasy” album
Gotta Have It! finds it odd that a John Lennon item from the Rock & Roll Pop Culture Auction became the center of a FBI investigation
An excerpt from “John Lennon: Life Is What Happens, Music, Memories & Memorabilia” by John M. Borack