'Closer To Home' was released and the trio prepared to hit the American album top ten for the first time.
‘Watching The Wheels,' the gentle and autobiographical John Lennon song about his happy retirement from public life, entered the US chart on 28 March 1981.
Following their wedding, John Lennon and Yoko Ono staged their famous bed-in at Amsterdam, where they staged a press conference and fought for peace.
Acclaimed director Wes Anderson's Isle Of Dogs soundtrack featuring an original score by Alexandre Desplat is to be released across all formats
She retains such passion for art, it’s hard to believe that, in earth years, Yoko Ono is in her ninth decade on the planet, born on 18 February 1933.
Rolling Stone's 7 February 1970 issue had John Lennon and Yoko Ono on the cover, and named John as their Man of the Year.
On 24 and 25 January 1970, Ourimbah, near Sydney, hosted the country's first major, outdoor rock festival, the Pilgrimage For Pop.
Steven Tyler will host, and perform at, the first gala event in the name of his Janie's Fund charity on 28 January 2018, at Red Studios in Hollywood.
John Lennon & Yoko Ono made the US album chart three times in 1969, then with the Plastic Ono Band on 10 January 1970 with Live Peace In Toronto.
On both of the main single and album surveys published by Billboard for 27 December 1980, John Lennon climbed posthumously to No. 1.
On the chart of 20 December 1980, ‘(Just Like) Starting Over,' his "Elvis Orbison" song, became a posthumous UK No. 1 for John Lennon.
T. Rex's rivals for the 1972 UK Christmas No. 1 spot included Chuck Berry and Little Jimmy Osmond, after 'Solid Gold Easy Action' debuted on 9 December.
'Happy Christmas (War Is Over)' by John & Yoko, the Plastic Ono Band and the Harlem Community Choir, hit the UK chart, a year late, on 9 December 1971.
Patti Smith is set to receive the coveted John Lennon Real Love Award at the annual John Lennon Tribute event in New York in December 2017
John Lennon's 'Imagine' album reached all the people in 1971, with a US debut on 18 September before it hit No. 1 UK and US simultaneously in late October.