Biography of John Lennon.
John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England. His father was Fred Lennon, a sailor who left his family to be born John. His mother was Julia Stanley,who, finding himself alone, leaving John with his sister Mimi.
Thanks to his artistic talent gained access to college, to pursue the career of art. There he met Cynthia Powell, whom he married in1962. They divorced three years later, not before he had a son named Julian.
As a teenager, John Lennon formed his own skiffle band called "The Quarrymen", with whom he acted in school. Shortlyafter, he met Paul McCartney, who proposed to join the group. This in turn introduced him to George Harrison and John proposed to rename the group 'The Beatles'
With the Beatles was verysuccessful, and won millions of fans.
The success of the Beatles lasted until 1970, in which Paul McCartney decided to leave the group. Since then John Lennon began his solo career by committing toexternalize their own ideas. The result of this creative work was the album titled 'Imagine', a dream of a better world.
Thereafter began offering benefit concerts, often accompanied by his new wifeYoko Ono. He began to talk in peace and against the Vietnam War and made collaborations with various artists.
In 1975 was born the second son of John Lennon, named Sean, from his marriage toYoko Ono. Temporarily withdrew from the artistic life to devote to caring for your child.
In 1980 he published 'Double Fantasy', made up entirely by himself. A new album with the record-breaking.It was a great professional moment. But just then, on December 8, 1980, when John and his wife, Yoko, returning from a party, Mark Chapman fired four shots into the chest of John, who died whilebeing taken to hospital.
Many people complain that day, not only because they lost one of the best singers of all time, but because they also lost the person who best conveyed their feelings.
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