Wednesday, April 1, 2009

Yoko Ono Pushes Peace At New Montreal Exhibit On 1969 Bed-In

John Lennon, centre left, and Yoko Ono are flanked by journalists in Room 1742 of the Queen Elizabeth Hotel in Montreal in 1969. (Jacques Bourdon/Le Journal de Montreal/Montreal Museum of Fine Arts)

From The Canadian Press:

MONTREAL — Yoko Ono says she will always remember Montreal's skyline when she thinks about the bed-in for peace she staged with former Beatle John Lennon in a downtown hotel 40 years ago.

"We were in bed and when all the journalists went home around 6 o'clock in the evening, John and I would turn around and look at the sky through a beautiful, beautiful huge window," she said Tuesday.

"We just had great fun looking at the sky, and I always remember that."

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More News On The 40th Anniversary Of Their Bed-In At The Queen Elizabeth

Give peace another chance -- The Montreal Gazette
Q&A Peace initiative -- The CBC
Yoko Ono returns to Montreal to give peace another chance with art exhibit -- CBC
Archive: The day peace was given a chance -- The Montreal Gazette

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