Hilarious interview clip with Julian discussing his chance encounter with Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler and how they joined forces for “Someday“, the inspirational duet from Julian’s latest album “Everything Changes”.
Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Julian Lennon started The White Feather Foundation in 2007 to deal with environmental and humanitarian issues. The White Feather Foundation has already funded and completed important projects relieving poverty and distress in Kenya; in the Amazon Basin; in Sri Lanka; in Peru and in Gambia as well as funding ecological projects in England. This year WFF is focusing their efforts on the most pressing problem that plagues the developing world, clean water. Watch the informative video and learn how you can help save lives!
“Dad once said to me, that should he pass away, if there was some way of letting me know he was going to be ok – that we were all going to be ok – the message would come to me in the form of a White Feather … One thing for sure is that the White Feather has always represented peace to me, as well as communication…” – Julian Lennon
Julian Lennon was a special guest on this week’s Larry King Now. Watch this revealing interview about his 15 year hiatus, his new album Everything Changes rekindling his passion and why growing up with an iconic father was not a fairytale!
Singer-songwriter Julian Lennon spoke with Huffington Post about the creative process behind Everything Changes. Read more about the album they call “exquisitely soulful, and brilliantly arranged” at The Huffington Post, here http://huff.to/1daVNxf.
Grammy nominated singer-songwriter Julian Lennon returns with new album Everything Changes, available exclusively now on iTunes. Everything Changes, his first album in 15 years, is a masterwork of powerfully vulnerable and sophisticatedly accessible adult pop. The album is packaged with an insightful documentary Through The Picture Window. The 40 minute film chronicles the recording process with guest appearances from Bono and Steven Tyler. Watch this special film clip showcasing Julian’s passion for photography. See below for his monumetal image of Bono and John Lennon.
John Lennon‘s son Julian insists he was joking when he recently accused his late dad’s Beatles bandmate Sir Paul McCartney of “snubbing” him.
Singer/songwriter Julian took to his Facebook.com page last month (Oct11) to apparently blast McCartney for not inviting him to his recent wedding to American heiress Nancy Shevell and ignoring him at a reception in New York.
But he has now posted an update on the social networking website to tell fans his comments were a light-hearted joke which snowballed out of control.
He writes, “Seems many have taken my comment from the other week a little too far… It was truly written, hand on heart, with a whimsical heart… The situation was laughable, more than anything… Wasn’t whining… just stating the facts… Obviously people misplace & mistake my sense of humour & character… C’est La Vie.”
Julian is Lennon’s son from his first marriage to Cynthia Powell.
The singer has been collecting keepsakes related to his famous father for 20 years, but admits he often faces stiff competition from rich fans who get a thrill out of winning a bidding war rock royalty.
So Julian, who was 17 when his dad died, has to make his offers in secret.
He tells Britain’s Hello! magazine, “A lot of people like to play games at auction. Some people, if they know it’s me, will back down so that I’ve got a chance. There are a lot of very, very wealthy people, so sometimes there is not a chance in hell that I will get the stuff that I am going for. But there are some people that will step in the way just to get one over. What can I say? People can be strange.” But Julian insists he doesn’t mind buying items that he should have inherited from John, adding: “I feel fortunate that I can afford to get some of these items back. I’d rather try to live life to the full (than be bitter). That’s all I’m concerned about now.”