Thursday, January 8, 2009

The Lennon Pages

The Lennon Pages used by permission from author.

John Lennon first met Paul McCartney at the Woolten Parish Church Fair in 1957. At the time, Lennon was head of the Quarrymen. Lennon asked McCartney to join the group, and soon after, McCartney introduced Lennon to George Harrison, who knew how to tune a six-string guitar. As the years progressed, John Lennon was always considered the front man for the Beatles once the band had added Ringo and gained popularity, even though Paul would later assume a more dominant role in the selection and execution of Beatles projects, both film and recording. Below are links to information about the outspoken Lennon, who attracted more attention than the other Beatles because of his high profile in political activism and his various avant garde projects with Yoko Ono.

John Lennon Biography in Brief
John and Yoko
John Lennon Timeline
John Lennon Discography
John Lennon's Guitars
John Lennon's Political Activism
John Lennon's Last Years

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