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  • Their co-founder, singer, and composer John Lennon was killed in New York City in 1980 after the Beatles stopped performing together.Liverpool-Wikipedia
  • The first magazine was released in 1967 and featured John Lennon on the cover and was published every two weeks.Rolling Stone-Wikipedia
  • The first issue was released on November 9, 1967, and featured John Lennon in costume for the film How I Won the War on the cover.Rolling Stone-Wikipedia
  • Beyoncé's interest in music and performing continued after winning a school talent show at age seven, singing John Lennon's "Imagine" to beat 15/16-year-olds.Beyoncé-Wikipedia
  • The song was written and given to the Stones when John Lennon and Paul McCartney visited them in the studio as the two Beatles liked giving the copyrights to songs away to their friends.The Rolling Stones-Wikipedia
  • Vanity Fair called the January 22, 1981, cover featuring John Lennon and Yoko Ono the "Greatest Rolling Stone Cover Ever".Rolling Stone-Wikipedia

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