PBS Accepting John Lennon Remembrances For Online Video Exhibition
Thu, 18 Nov 2010 11:04:13
PBS is asking viewers nationwide to record and upload memories of NYC transplant John Lennon and his music to become part of Remembering Lennon, a new online video exhibition tied to the American Masters film LENNONYC, airing November 22 at 9:00 PM ET (check local listings) on PBS.
Starting today, PBS will accept user-generated videos through its Walls and Bridges had just come out, and he had an 8-track player in his car. I remember listening to that great album over and over again as we drove around. It's the album I was listening to when I fell in love, so it's very special to me."
Viewers can get uploading instructions at www.pbs.org/arts. After a short review process, submitted videos will be posted onto the site alongside those from other high-profile musicians, industry veterans and others who knew Lennon or simply loved his music. The exhibition goes live with remembrances from guitarist Earl Slick, who played on Lennon and Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy album, photographer Bob Gruen, who took the iconic photo of Lennon in a New York City T-shirt and fans who attended LENNONYC screenings at the New York Film Festival and in Central Park.
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