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Ring O'Records promo Ringo Starr Beatles Apple John Lennon Paul McCartney

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About John Lennon

Born on October 9, 1940, singer and composer John Winston Lennon was the founding member of the legendary group The Beatles. He lived in Liverpool with his parents till his father, Alfred, walked out when he was five years old. His mother Julia gave him up to her sister Mimi and her husband George Smith to provide a better family setting for the young child. Gifted his first guitar by his mother, Lennon formed his first group, the Quarrymen, with three of his friends, inspired by American Rock and Roll music and musicians like Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry, and Buddy Holly. He met Paul McCartney (another Beatle) during a performance of the Quarrymen in 1957. He lost his mother in a car accident when he was 17 years old, an incident that strengthened his friendship with Paul who, too, had lost his own mother to breast cancer at age 14. A year later, guitarist George Harrison joined the group and the Quarrymen went through a series of name changes like Johnny and The Moondogs, Long John and The Beatles, The Silver Beetles and, finally, The Beatles. Lennon married Cynthia Powell in 1962; their first child was named Julian after his mother's name. The three members of The Beatles remained unchanged with only the fourth member changing constantly '? till Ringo Starr became the fourth, and final, Beatle. Their song 'I Want to Hold Your Hand' marked the start of Beatlemania around the world. Lennon's love affair with Yoko Ono began after he met her at one of her art exhibitions. He left his wife who later filed for divorce. Lennon participated with his new wife in many peace demonstrations, such as Bagism and the Bed-In campaign, embracing causes like feminism, racial harmony, and against the Vietnam War. He also recorded 'Give Peace A Chance' which went on to become an anti-war anthem. John Lennon was shot to death by Mark David Chapman on December 8, 1980, in front of his residence just as he and Ono were returning from a recording of her single, 'Walking on Thin Ice'. He was voted into eighth place by the British public as the '100 Greatest Britons of all time', in 2002.