Anyone who knows anything about 1960's music knows who the Beatles are, or sadly, were. The four-member band made waves for years with their tunes. They had fans from every corner around the world and they seemed to be pretty invincible.
Unfortunately, tragedy struck when John Lennon, one of the band's singer's and songwriters decided to leave. The rebellious and controversial artist didn't live a quiet life after quitting the band. If anything, he became more popular because of the way he lived and the things he had going on.
John Lennon lost his life when he was shot outside his hotel. His music is still being sold and played today, and he will forever remain in our hearts. Here are 30 things you may not have known about John Winston Ono Lennon.
Very few people knew that John Lennon was legally blind-without his glasses. With them on, good to go. Later on, it became public knowledge that John was also dyslexic.
John Lennon, Beatles singer and songwriter didn’t like the sound of his voice. This information came from the Beatles manager at the time, George Martin. George said that John would constantly ask for special effects to change the sound of his voice.