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December 8,2010 and a few photographs of Strawberry Fields section of New York's Central Park on 12/8 ands photographs taken from around the world in memory of John Lennon that day


Japan Today
December 8,2010

John Lennon Super Live held at Budokan,Tokyo,Japan
December 9,2010
The late John Lennon’s wife, Yoko Ono, 77, held a memorial concert dedicated to his memory at the Budokan in Tokyo on Wednesday night, exactly 30 years since the day he died. Twenty-five of Japan’s top music artists joined in the annual “Dream Power John Lennon Super Live” show, a charity event founded by Ono to raise money to provide education to deprived children all over the world.This year marks the 10th year of the concert and the 70th anniversary of Lennon’s birth. Ono herself appeared onstage to perform “Rising,” a song she dedicated to her late husband and one that powerfully expressed the strength of the bond that still ties them together.The show started with a projection of a collection of photographs that were recovered after having been stolen and have therefore never been published. Following that, Tamio Okuda, Kazuya Yoshii and Kazuyoshi Saito performed rousing renditions of “Starting Over” and “Woman.” Next up was Yoshikuni Dochin of pop duo Chemistry who performed “Mother” and told the 12,000 strong crowd: “Taking part in this event marks a huge turning point in my life.”Actress Kyoka Suzuki also appeared on stage to perform “Imagine” and “Love.”

Life is what happens when your busy making other plans. John Lennon


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