Happy Birthday, John Lennon! (with Love, May Pang and Pals)

CAPTION: A day in their life: May with John in the late '70s.

A day in their life: May with John in the late '70s.

Had he not been senselessly gunned down 29 years ago, John Lennon would have turned 69 today—though he’ll always be immortal in the hearts and minds of fans across the universe.

So to celebrate the Beatle’s music and spirit, his ladylove, May Pang, is launching her weekly BlogTalkRadio show tonight.

Co-hosted by casting director Cynthia Neilson, the debut edition of Dinner Specials will focus on May’s personal experiences with John and his fellow members of the most beloved musical act of all time—Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and the late George Harrison.

Special guests include Chris O’Dell, author of the new book Miss O’Dell: My Hard Days and Long Nights with the Beatles, the Stones, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, and the Women They Loved, Nancy Lee Andrews, author of A Dose of Rock ‘n’ Roll, and Tina Firestone.

CAPTION: Two of us: May and co-host Cynthia.

Two of us: Cynthia with May.

“We’ll dish the dirt on our life and times in rock ‘n’ roll,” May tells us.

“It’s guaranteed to be a hen party.”

May, who grew up in New York City, is the author of two books about John: the 1983 memoir Loving John, and the 2008 photo compilation Instamatic Karma.

She’s currently living in upstate New York with her two children, Sebastian and Lara, and produces a line of stainless-steel Feng Shui jewelry.

To tune in to Dinner Specials, click here.

To check out May’s website, click here.

One thought on “Happy Birthday, John Lennon! (with Love, May Pang and Pals)

  1. Megan Mills

    And there is a whole new generation of people listening to the Beatles music that will never know John or George. The music is still great though, and will live on in history forever.
    Megan

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