John Lennon Tribute Season Kicks Off.

Artist Shannon honored as official painting of Lennon birthday celebration.

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Tribute To John Lennon

Starting this month, a celebration will start in my hometown, Liverpool, England for the countdown of the most anticipated birthday/memorium for the most celebrated man in the history of Rock and Roll. John Lennon would have been 70 years old on October 9, 2010. On December 8, 2010, it will be 30 years since his life was taken away from us, so far from his home town, Liverpool.

From October 9th to December 8th a celebration of life will take place throughout the world and on December 9th, but only in one true place will you feel the passion and atmosphere where musical stars of all eras will unite on stage when the John Lennon tribute season closes with a unique and emotional charity concert finale “Lennon Remembered,” at Liverpool’s iconic Echo Arena Stadium.

Beatles Artist Shannon has had her most famously recognized image of John Lennon elected as the official backdrop for this concert. “The Seven Faces of John” was painted by Shannon in 1997. It will be updated with two new Lennon images especially for this celebration to coincide with the number 9. The number 9 represents many things Lennon including his songs “Revolution Number 9” and “Number 9 Dream”, his birthday, and the date of this massive celebration.

So start saving now, and fly from your home town to Liverpool’s unique John Lennon International Airport, just a quick change via Amsterdam.

For more information visit:

www.bookbeatlestours.com

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