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17th GRAMMYs: Paul Simon and John Lennon co-presenting the GRAMMY for Record Of The Year

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Uploaded on Oct 8, 2010

Paul Simon and John Lennon co-presenting the GRAMMY for Record Of The Year at the 17th GRAMMY Awards

The GRAMMY Museum debuted its latest exhibit — John Lennon, Songwriter — in association with Hard Rock International, in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the legendary artist's birth on Oct. 9. The exhibition will pay tribute to the seven-time GRAMMY winner's songwriting genius, his roots and influences, and will explore various elements of Lennon's songwriting history.

John Lennon, Songwriter will cover some of the singer/songwriter's early influences including Eddie Cochran, Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, and more; his time with the Quarrymen and the transition into the early Beatles period; his songwriting collaborations with Paul McCartney; and his transition from the Beatles to a solo artist/songwriter and his work with Ono.

More: http://bit.ly/LennonSongwriterGRAMMYM...

"We are privileged and honored to open our newest exhibit, John Lennon, Songwriter, in commemoration of one of the most prolific and profound songwriters of our time," said Robert Santelli, Executive Director of the GRAMMY Museum. "Lennon's songs are as insightful and empowering as ever, and they continue to inspire and change the world. We are grateful to Yoko Ono for choosing the GRAMMY Museum as a temporary home to display some of these memorable and important pieces that illustrate the breadth of her late husband's extraordinary career."

John Lennon, Songwriter will cover some of the singer/songwriter's early influences including Eddie Cochran, Bob Dylan, Buddy Holly, Elvis Presley, and more; his time with the Quarrymen and the transition into the early Beatles period; his songwriting collaborations with Paul McCartney; and his transition from the Beatles to a solo artist/songwriter and his work with Ono.

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