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Was Yoko Ono Real Reason Why The Beatles Broke Up? John Lennon's Wife Breaks Silence On Decades Old Buzz

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Yoko Ono subtly revealed the truth whether she was the reason why The Beatles broke up.READ MORE

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Today in Music History (July 17): "Yellow Submarine" in 1968; Lennon's battle in 1974

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Today in music history, July 17, marks two events in Beatles history. First was the premiere of their animated film "Yellow Submarine" in 1968. Six years later, in 1974, it was reported that Lennon was told to leave the United States.READ MORE

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WATCH: Liam Gallagher Performs Yoko Ono-Inspired Single ‘I’ve All I Need’

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Liam Gallagher sang his hit song 'I've All I Need' on 'The Late Late Show With James Corden' on Thursday, Feb. 22. The song is included in his 'As You Were' album.READ MORE

Yoko Ono performs on stage during the Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert at The Theater at Madison Square Garden

Yoko Ono Hospitalized for Reported Stroke, Sean Lennon Says His Mother Is Fine

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Yoko Ono was hospitalized for a reported stroke, but Sean Lennon says his mother is fine. The artist and widow of the late John Lennon was admitted to a New York City hospital to be treated for flu-like symptoms on the advice of her physician.READ MORE

Yoko Ono speaks on stage during the Imagine: John Lennon 75th Birthday Concert

Yoko Ono: the Beatles Did Not Break Up Because of Me, and Paul McCartney is Cool!

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It's been over 45 years since the Beatles broke up, but some fans of the legendary rock act still can't help but blame John Lennon's wife Yoko Ono for breaking up the band. And, once and for all, Ono is setting the record straight.READ MORE

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Portugal the Man Rework Yoko Ono's "Soul Got Out Of The Box" for 'Yes, I'm A Witch Too'

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Alaskan outfit Portugal. the Man have put a layered spin on Yoko Ono's 2001 track, "Soul Got Out Of The Box," for the avant-garde artist's latest album, Yes, I'm a Witch Too. The impending album offers a star-studded line-up of collaborators tackling unique renditions of Ono's wide-ranging material.READ MORE

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Stars Robert Plant, David Gilmour, Yoko Ono, Thom Yorke & More Sign Climate Change Petition

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Among dozens of celebrities and stars coming together to help prevent climate change, Pink Floyd's David Gilmour, Led Zeppelin's Robert Plant, Yoko Ono, Radiohead's Thom Yorke, David Bowie and more have signed an open letter crafted by environmental sustainability non-for-profit Julie's Bicycle. In hopes to combat the alarming changes in climate, the letter was penned to the leadership in charge of the impending Paris Climate Conference.READ MORE

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Death Cab For Cutie Remixes Yoko Ono's 'Forgive Me My Love' [LISTEN]

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Death Cab For Cutie has remixed Yoko Ono's track, "Forgive Me My Love," for her upcoming collaborative effort, 'Yes, I'm a Witch Too.' The band's experimental interpretation might not be what you're expecting to hear.READ MORE

Wayne Coyne, Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono, The Flaming Lips to Release 'Happy Xmas (War Is Over)' 7" Vinyl

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After previously teaming up for a psychedelic rendition of Yoko Ono and John Lennon's "Happy Xmas (War Is Over)," The Flaming Lips and Ono are slated to release a 7" Christmas edition vinyl of the track, which was originally crafted for the Amazon Prime 'All Is Bright' seasonal compilation.READ MORE

Tupac Shakur in 1996

Tupac's Handwritten Lyrics Expected to Bring In $70,000 at London Auction

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Tupac's handwritten lyrics will be up for grabs later this month at a London auction and it has been reported that the pieces are expected to bring in over $70,000.READ MORE

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Yoko Ono to Organize the World's Largest Human Peace Sign for John Lennon's 75th Birthday

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In order to form the world's largest human peace sign, Yoko Ono is hoping to corral a gathering between 6,000 and 10,00 people in New York's Cental Park on October 6, a date three days prior to what would've marked John Lennon's 75th birthday.READ MORE

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John Lennon Honored With 'Yellow Submarine' Tapestry Unveiled at Ellis Island

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Artist, activist and musician, Yoko Ono, joined forces with U2's Bono and various guests to unveil a tapestry at Ellis Island to honor her late husband, John Lennon, on Wednesday. The artwork showcases Manhattan as a yellow submarine, an ode to the Beatles, and depicts Lennon as the pilot presenting a peace sign.READ MORE

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Yoko Ono's 'Yes, I'm A Witch Too' Tracklist Features Death Cab For Cutie, Tune-Yards

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In 2007, Yoko Ono released a star-studded LP complete with remixes and unique covers. For her 2016 follow-up album 'Yes, I'm a Witch Too,' the artist will collaborate with a number of musicians including Death Cab for Cutie, Tune-Yards, Portugal the Man, Miike Snow, Cibo Matto, Sparks and her son Sean Lennon among a string of talents who contributed to its creation. It's 2007 predecessor featured the likes of Cat Power, Antony Hegarty, Spiritualized and more.READ MORE

Ornette Coleman, switching it up with a trumpet.

Ornette Coleman, Saxophonist and Free Jazz Icon, Dead at Age 85

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Ornette Coleman, one of the most influential figures in jazz history, has died at the age of 85 from cardiac arrest, according to The New York Times. The saxophonist would make jazz history at the end of the '50s and during the early '60s with his audio experiments, which would form the foundation of what many now call "free jazz."READ MORE

Paul McCartney during the Wings era in 1979

4/20: The Beatles, Louis Armstrong and Fabolous: History's Most Notable Marijuana Arrests

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Few industries have been as supportive of the 4/20 holiday as the music business, considering how often our performers (and fans) seem to enjoy the subtle joys of marijuana. If you were around for Record Store Day during 2013, you may have witnessed just how early music fans will both line up and light up. Arrests for marijuana possession are almost a non-news item at this point: Rap performers Migos and Nelly have both been incarcerated for that (and a few other charges) in the last few weeks. The reason why those stories fail to shock us? Although the Reagan administration has been criticized for its "war on drugs," it focused on much more potent drugs while society has eased off on its fear of pot. Some states even allow it to be bought, sold and smoked legally. Here are five cases of musicians who served as martyrs for the cause before we as a society began to relax, including The Beatles, Louis Armstrong and Fabolous.READ MORE

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