Ireland-born musician, songwriter, and guitarist John Lennon and his wife Yoko Ono have died in Paris.
He was 93.
The news came as a huge shock to the world, with the Beatles’ fans and fans of all ages and cultures still mourning the loss of a legend and one of the most successful artists in history.
“John and Yoko were so important to the Irish people,” said singer and singer-songwriter Paul McCartney.
John Lennon was born on April 4, 1926 in Dublin, Ireland, and the family emigrated to the United Kingdom in 1956. “
This is a great loss for our family and I can only express my gratitude to all of them for their love and support during this time.”
John Lennon was born on April 4, 1926 in Dublin, Ireland, and the family emigrated to the United Kingdom in 1956.
He recorded his first song in the United States with the band, and he and Yolo moved to the UK with their family.
They were the first rock stars to be born in the UK, and Lennon was the first to record a hit album.
“When I was about five years old I played with a bunch of other kids on a hill,” he told the BBC in 2008.
“One day we saw the Beatles playing in the park and all of a sudden we heard a trumpet and everybody ran off.
It was just the best thing I’d ever seen.”
The couple moved to London in 1963 and became known for their colourful, colourful outfits.
In 1966, the Beatles made a surprise visit to their friend John, who was on his way to London from Ireland to record his first album.
He wrote “Let It Be” with Yolo, but the song was never released.
John later left the group in 1970.
John’s death is the second of its kind in Ireland in less than 30 years.
In the late 1960s, singer-dancer Frankie Boyle’s husband John, along with Yoko and George Harrison, were killed in a plane crash in France.
John Lennon’s family are from the North and he was born in Northern Ireland, but he grew up in the Midlands, and became a musician.
John had three daughters, Yoko, Gilda and Charlotte, and two sons, George and Paul.
John was a father of three.
His wife Yolo is also survived by a son, Billy, and a daughter, Francesca.