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Remembering John Lennon  
Posted: 12 years ago by KindWeb Ed
Remembering John Lennon
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It was 30 years ago today that the world was robbed of one of the most prolific and influencial musicians of all time.  John Lennon was murdered in front of his New York City apartment by Mark David Chapman on 12/8/1980 but his music lives on and continues to inspire new generations.


In what could be his last interview, Lennon spoke to Jonathan Cott and ironically made this comment after discussing the fans who criticized him during his 5-year break from music, "What they want is dead heroes, like Sid Vicious and James Dean," Lennon said. "I'm not interested in being a dead fucking hero ... so forget 'em, forget 'em."  Three days later, he ended up as just that.


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