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1975 Rolling Stone Interview With John Lennon

by Pete Hamill, June 5, 1975 Article ©1975 Rolling Stone Journalist Pete Hamill spoke with John Lennon for an interview that was published in Rolling Stone Magazine’s June 5th 1975 issue. John speaks of his recent separation and reconciliation with Yoko Ono, the recent Beatles legal settlement, and also speaks positively on the possibility of […]

Who Killed John Lennon?

by Fenton Bresler “Laurel and Hardy, that’s John and Yoko. And we stand a better chance under that guise because all the serious people like Martin Luther King and Kennedy and Gandhi got shot.”-John Lennon Part 1 Bresler begins by questioning the “lone nut” theory. Since 1835, 15 men and 2 women have attacked “nationally […]

Nowhere Man: The Final Days Of John Lennon

by Sydney L. Murray. A Conversation with Robert Rosen author of Nowhere Man. John Lennon was an extremely complex man who inspired millions of people to believe in the power of love and the possibility of peace on Earth. I had the opportunity to speak with Robert Rosen a New York City journalist and writer, […]

1980 Rolling Stone Interview With John Lennon

by Jonathan Cott, December 5, 1980. Published January 22, 1981. Article ©1980 Rolling Stone “Welcome to the inner sanctum!” says John Lennon, greeting me with high-spirited, mock ceremoniousness in Yoko Ono’s beautiful cloud-ceilinged office in their Dakota apartment. It’s Friday evening, December 5, and Yoko has been telling me how their collaborative new album, Double […]

The Assassination Of John Lennon

The scene outside New York’s spooky old Dakota apartment building on the evening of December 8, 1980, was as surreal as it was horrifying. John Lennon, probably the world’s most famous rock star, lay semiconscious, hemorrhaging from four flat-tipped bullets blasted into his back. His wife Yoko Ono held his head in her arms and […]















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