John Lennon

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John Lennon
A bearded, bespectacled man in his late twenties, with long black hair and wearing a loose-fitting white shirt, sings and plays an acoustic guitar. White flowers are visible behind and to the right of him.
Lennon rehearsing "Give Peace a Chance" in Montreal, Canada in 1969.
Background information
Birth name John Winston Lennon
Genres Rock, pop rock, psychedelic rock, experimental rock, rock and roll
Occupations Musician, singer-songwriter, artist, peace activist, writer, record producer
Instruments Vocals, guitar, piano, bass, harmonica
Years active 1957–1975, 1980
Labels Parlophone, Capitol, Apple, EMI, Geffen, Polydor
Associated acts The Quarrymen, The Beatles, Plastic Ono Band, The Dirty Mac, Yoko Ono
Website www.johnlennon.com
Notable instruments
Rickenbacker 325
Epiphone Casino
Gibson J-160E
Martin D-28
Gibson Les Paul Junior

John Winston Ono Lennon,[1][2] MBE (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) je olorin rok, olukowe, akorin ati alakitiyan alafia omo Ilegeesi to gbajumo gege bi ikan ninu awon oludsile egbe olorin The Beatles.


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