She's a multimedia artist, a musician, a vocalist, a staunch feminist, and a tireless activist. And Yoko Ono shows no signs of slowing down. Quite the opposite.
In recent days, Yoko has scored her tenth consecutive #1 dance hit, "Hold Me," created an installation about the dangers of hydraulic fracturing ("fracking"), curated the 20th anniversary of the UK’s Meltdown Festival, recorded a new Plastic Ono Band album with her son, Sean Lennon, and - as ... Read More
As far as social networking sites are concerned, I often find myself somewhat of a late-in-the-game participant. I swore I'd never join Twitter, but after some coaxing from friends and a few laughs at celebrity posts, I took the plunge. One of the first people I decided to follow was Yoko Ono, because well, I think she's fascinating. Yoko's daily posts are an injection of positivity and wisdom, stemming from her many years involved in art, the peace movement, and ... Read More