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Watch Arcade Fire Cover John Lennon, David Bowie and Radiohead in One Song at Lollapalooza Club Show: Set List + Video

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Kevin Winter, Getty Images

Arcade Fire warmed up for their Lollapalooza headlining slot tonight with a small club show in Chicago.

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Yoko Ono Calls for an End to Gun Deaths on Anniversary of John Lennon’s Murder

Yoko's Grapefruit
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Yoko Ono said that America is turning into a "War Zone" because of gun violence.

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Kasabian’s New Album Inspired by John Lennon’s Musical Chair Theory

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Laurence Griffiths / Keystone, Getty Images

Kasabian's new album owes a debt to a surprising assist from a former Beatle.

Q Magazine (via NME) reports that the upcoming Kasabian effort, due this fall, was inspired by comments made by John Lennon during a 1970 interview, in which he likened music to chairs — particularly the blues, which he pointed to as the foundation for everything the Beatles and their acolytes did after...

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Day Tripping: The 10 Druggiest Beatles Songs

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Keystone, Getty Images

It's 4/20. You've absolutely got to get the Beatles into your life.

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‘Fifth Beatle’ Producer George Martin Dies at 90

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Chris Ware, Getty Images

"He guided the career of The Beatles with such skill and good humour that he became a true friend to me and my family," Paul McCartney wrote of Martin.

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Watch Pianist Cover John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’ Outside Targeted Paris Concert Venue

Guardian
Guardian

The morning after a series of terrorist attacks across Paris, a pianist covered John Lennon's “Imagine” in a moving tribute to the city and those affected.

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Watch Pearl Jam Fans Illuminate Stadium During a Cover of John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’

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Samir Hussein, Getty Images

For Pearl Jam's cover of "Imagine," the stadium killed the lights and concertgoers promptly illuminated the venue with lighters and cell phones.

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50 Years Ago: The Beatles Play Their Most Famous Concert at Shea Stadium

Beatles Aug 13 1965
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On August 15, 1965, the Fab Four ushered in the stadium concert era with a legendary performance in New York City.

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Musicians Who Correctly Predicted Their Own Deaths

Musicians Who Correctly Predicted Their Own Deaths
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We’ve gathered 14 artists who all correctly guessed at their own tragic ends -- in songs, interviews and the like -- only to be proven right.

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I Thought I Bought a Beatles ‘Butcher Cover,’ But I Really Bought An Obligation

The Beatles Butcher Cover, Detail
James Stafford, Diffuser

While in search of one of the Beatles' infamous 'butcher cover' editions of their 1966 album, 'Yesterday and Today,' one writer comes to a realization.

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