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Yoko Ono

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Yoko Ono is a Japanese singer and artist, but is best known as a peace activist. She was born February 18, 1933. She was married to English musician John Lennon from 1969 until his death in 1980.
No, she's still alive and keeping herself busy.
She didn't create peace, but inspired Lennon who sang inspirational songs to inspire peace.
The House of the Rising Sun. That is, Japan! It is Yoko Ono, not Yok-Ono- like one word.
Lennon and Ono left the UK on August 31st of 71 for varied reasons. One being to look for Ono's daughter by Tony Cox- Kyoko Chan Cox (changed to Rosemary to make it hard to find her) and because of the hurtful, painful press that the British journalists were giving Yoko and John. The British press...
No she didn't kill anyone and Paul McCartney is still alive.
She did backing vocals on Birthday and she was on Bungalow Bill also. I also think she did Revolution #9 somehow.
Yes very nice she was very quiet though and she loved John Lennondearly.
92 pounds at her thinnest.
When she signs artwork, it is usually Y.O. and the year or if it is an autograph it is Yoko When she writes to the NY Mayor or parole board for mark david Chapman (I put his name is lower case because he is a piece of crap) she will type her name as Yoko Ono Lennon
At the Dakota in New York.
No, Yoko did not appear on the song or in the movie. 
Living in the Dakota apartments in New York city when john and heronce lived there together.
Yoko Ono is 84 years old (birthdate: February 18, 1933).
  In New York City, in the same apartment she shared with John Lennon and their son Sean, in the Dakota.  
Last I heard she was worth north of $150 million.
Give any of John's stuff to his first son Julian. Over the years  due to the fact that she only sells John's stuff at auctions and or  keeps it for herself Julian has to go to auctions around the world  and try his best to buy any of his dad's stuff back in order to  have it. It's very sad that...
They began their protest in Suite 1742 of the Queen Elizabeth Hotel, now known as the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth in 1969. This was also where the song 'Give Peace a Chance'was recorded.
$10. I have one too, not opened even, but I'm never selling my Beatles records. Idc how much there worth
No Paul's a vegatarian
May Pang (full name: May Fung Yee Pang). Beginning in 1973, Lennon and Pang had an 18-month relationship (when he and Yoko were separated, but still married).
No. She lived with art dealer Sam Havadtoy for years after Lennon's death, but they were never married. (Sean Lennon thanks "Mom and Sam" in the liner notes to his first album, Into The Sun.)
The value of the photo would depend on the age of the photo and the  age of him in the photo. It would also depend on how good the  picture looked.
Art dealer Sam Havadtoy lived with Ono for several years following Lennon's death, and there was speculation that the two were married, but there appears to be no hard evidence to support this. (Sean Lennon thanked "Mom and Sam" in the liner notes to his first album, Into The Sun.)
She conducts many programmes in the name of John Lennon in England particularly in Liverpool, John Lennon's home town.
John Lennon married Yoko Ono. They were married at The Rock Hotel on the island of Gibraltar on 20 March 1969. They spent their honeymoon in Amsterdam, staying at the Amsterdam Hilton, where they were participating in a 'Bed-in for Peace' campaign.
Unless she's stopped very recently; yes.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono were married for over 11 years. From March 20th, 1969 to the day John Lennon was killed on December 8th, 1980 although there was talk of divorce a few years beforehand.
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The kind of art Yoko Ono creates is conceptual art and participatory art. Some of the art she created are "Wish Tree", "Hide and Seek", and "Cut Piece."
In Manhatten New York at the Dakota and Yoko still lives there.
John Lennon got together with Yoko Ono in either 1965 and 1966, as  there are two different reports about how they met.
  She continued to live at the Dakota, and raise their son Sean. She recorded more albums, did a tour, and resurrected her former Arts career for charity. She also administrates Lennon's estate.
They got married in 1969 and moved to New York a few years later.  They started a band called The Plastic Ono Band. He left the music  business in 1975 to raise his son. He decided to go back to doing  music in 1980 but was shot outside his home around the time he  started his career again.
You're the One - Yoko Ono song - was created in 2007.
Bloomers - 2011 Yoko Ono Homo 1-4 was released on: USA: 8 December 2011
Yes. They had just left a recording studio together, and were stopping by their home to look in on their five-year-old son, before they went out for a late dinner, on the night Lennon died.
Free Time - 1970 Yoko Ono John Lennon Jonas Mekas was released on: USA: 14 October 1971
John Lennon and Yoko Ono Present the One-to-One Concert - 1972 TV was released on: USA: 15 December 1972
They met in an art gallery in London.
Yoko Ono did not ruin the Beatles, but her presence was a contributing factor in their breakup. The Beatles had had a meteoric ride to international superstardom in a short space of time. The touring schedule had taken its toll and the did their last ever concert in August, 1966, but the demands of...
Manhattan, New York, 1 West 72nd Street 10023.
Fourteen years, from their first meeting in November 1966 until his death in December 1980.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono wrote the song (whose first line is "And so this is Christmas", so it is sometimes mistaken for the title) in their New York City hotel room, and recorded it (with the Harlem Community Boys Choir) during the evening of October 28 and into the morning of the 29th, 1971 at the...
Yoko's parents were Buddists. When she was little she learned a little about all the religions of the world. Currently, if you read anything about her she relies on numbers, astrology and mysticism. Her ideas are very zen like.
Indica Gallery in London in November 1966.
John Lennon and Yoko Ono left England for New York on the 31st of August, 1971, partly because Ono was in a custody battle with her previous husband (Anthony Cox) over their daughter Kyoko, and staying in the US made it easier to pursue custody, and partly because they were tired of the way they had...
John Lennon and Yoko Ono released "Unfinished Music No.1: Two Virgins", in November, 1968.
Fluxus, which was a loose association of New York artists and performers.  
She's very small... She is 5' 2"
She was an artist and filmmaker In New York and London. He met her at one of her London art shows.
Lennon and Ono separated from the fall of 1973 (as her Feeling the Space and his Mind Games albums were coming out) until early 1975. They were having marital problems, and Ono suggested May Pang (one of their assistants) as a "girlfriend" for Lennon, never expecting him to take off to Los Angeles...
I suppose the same place she lived in for about 40 years, the Dakota Buildings in New York. But I don't know the exact location.
I saw her in a restaurant in Chinatown on 3/28/10 - she was with a guy but of course I have no idea if she's dating him
She lives at the Dakota building in NYC 72nd street.
They met at the Indica Gallery in London, in November 1966, introduced by gallery owner John Dunbar.  
Baroque    Actually, it is the Fluxus Movement. The above answer is wrong. My teacher typed it to show that wiki answers isn't always right.
Lennon and Ono expected the media would follow and snoop on them during their honeymoon, so they decided to turn things around, and use the event to promote world peace. They spent the week in the Hilton Hotel in Amsterdam, and invited the media to come visit them during their "Bed-In for Peace". ...
They were married March 20, 1969 on the Rock of Gibraltar.John Lennon and Yoko Ono were married March 20, 1969They were married in Gibraltar on 20 March 1969 - Lennon wanted to get married in response to Paul McCartney marrying Linda Eastman.1965
He became more focused in his persuit to spread the word of Peace when they met.
In Montreal, in their suite at the Queen Elizabeth Hotel. (A local recording studio sent out a mobile unit.)
Lennon didn't intend to meet Yoko Ono at first. A friend of Lennon's, John Dunbar, co-owned an art gallery where Ono put on a display of her works. Lennon was in the habit of visiting art galleries at the time, and saw the display a night before its official opening, while Ono was still putting...
They started protesting together in 1969 and never stopped.
They got acquainted over about eighteen months. He and McCartney sponsored one of her art shows, and contributed a score to a book she compiled about modern composers. She sent Lennon postcards about her events and ideas, and sometimes letters. When he was in India, they wrote more regularly, and he...
It is understood Miss Yoko Ono was/is a commercial photographer, in fact a wax figure of her in this role- bent over to get a close-up is in one of the Ripley museums.
yes, Sean Lennon (Oct. 9th 1975, John's 35th Birthday). after three miscarages.
She and John Lennon were heroin addicts for awhile. They stopped using the drug, but she 'had a lapse' in 1980, after years away from it.
John Lennon considered New York to be where it was all happening at the time, the cultural centre of the world. He said in 1971, "If I lived in Roman times, I'd have lived in Rome. Where else? Today America is the Roman Empire and New York is Rome itself."
Yoko Ono is a Japanese-born avant-garde artist and poet, who lives in New York City. (She attended Sarah Lawrence College in Scarsdale, but did not graduate.) She is the widow (and second wife) of former Beatle John Lennon, and the mother of Lennon's second son, musician Sean Taro Ono Lennon.
Yes, by more than seven years. She was born in 1933, and he was born in 1940.
Yoko Ono was born on 18th Feb 1933. So, as John Lennon died on 8th Dec, 1980 Yoko would have been 47.