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Total area (2000): 0.922077 sq. miles (2.388168 sq. km)
FIPS code: 46880
Located within: Michigan (MI), FIPS 26
Location: 42.983978 N, 83.930998 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 48449
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The name Lennon can refer to one of several individuals or groups:
Anglicized from Irish Ó Leannáin (“descendant of Lover (leannán)”) and from Ó Lionáin (“descendant of Blackbird (Lonán)”).
John Lennon (1940–1980), singer, musician, poet and songwriter famous as a member of The Beatles
- Cynthia Lennon (1939–2015), John Lennon's first wife (born Cynthia Powell)
- Julian Lennon (born 1963), John Lennon's first son, with Cynthia Powell
- Sean Lennon (born 1975), John Lennon's second son, with Yoko Ono
- John Ono Lennon II, unborn son of John Lennon
- Freddie Lennon and Julia Lennon, parents of John Lennon
The Lennon Sisters, four siblings who sang together as part of an act, most notably seen on The Lawrence Welk Show
- Dianne Lennon, American singer
- Janet Lennon, American singer
- Kathy Lennon, American singer
- Peggy Lennon, American singer
- The members of Venice (band):
- Kipp Lennon (born 1960), American musician
- Mark Lennon, American musician
- Michael Lennon, American musician
- Pat Lennon, American musician
- Aaron Lennon (born 1987), English football player
- Alton Lennon, Democratic U.S. senator from the state of North Carolina
- Ben Lennon, Australian rules footballer
- Bruce Lennon, Australian rules footballer
- Harry Lennon, English professional footballer
- Jimmy Lennon (1913–1992), American boxing ring announcer (Jimmy Lennon Sr or Jr)
- J. Robert Lennon, American novelist, short story writer, musician and composer
- Joseph Lennon, Irish politician
- Mark Lennon (born 1980), Australian rugby player
- Neil Lennon (born 1971), Irish football player
- Paul Lennon (born 1955), Australian politician
- Steven Lennon (born 1988), Scottish football player
- Stephen Yaxley-Lennon (born 1982), political activist, known better as Tommy Robinson
- Thomas F. Lennon, American documentary filmmaker
- Thomas Lennon, American screenwriter
- Thomas Lennon (born 1970), American actor, comedian, writer, director and producer
- Thomas L. Lennon (1896-1963), American screenwriter
Lennon is a four-CD box set featuring many of John Lennon's solo songs and was released in 1990.
Compiled by the foremost authority on the Beatles, Mark Lewisohn, Lennon encompasses generous samples from his single-only releases, and his albums from Live Peace in Toronto 1969 to Menlove Ave.
Lennon, which never charted in the United Kingdom or United States, was deleted from Lennon's catalogue in the late 1990s.
Lennon is a musical with music and lyrics by John Lennon and book by Don Scardino, who also directed its premiere. The musical is about the life of John Lennon and was notable for Scardino's choice to be almost exclusively based on Lennon's own words and to focus on Lennon's solo career, with no songs from the Lennon–McCartney catalogue.
The "$7 million bio-musical" first opened in San Francisco, California in April 2005. After what The Times described as "a troubled try-out in San Francisco, a cancelled run in Boston and a radical rewrite", it had 42 previews and 49 performances on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre from 14 August to 24 September 2005. The role of Lennon is played by performers of both sexes and different ages and skin colours, an approach Scardino said was inspired by " I Am the Walrus" where Lennon writes, "I am he, as you are he, as you are me, and we are all together." This use of multiple actors was scaled back after the San Francisco production, with the final rewrite having a single actor narrating Lennon's story.
Yoko Ono was actively involved in the production, retaining final script approval and requiring the show's Broadway producers to complete the script and present it to her live (albeit in workshop format). The show's credits included the phrase "With Special Thanks to Yoko Ono Lennon"; Ono was frequently seen at the theatre during the show's Broadway run.
The limited use of Beatles songs, attributed to creative choices and not licensing issues, led critics to dismiss the work as "Ono-centric". Ono was unapologetic about the choice: "If we put Yesterday in, it's not really fair to the Beatles because we're leaning on their power. We're talking about John now, thank you." She later said "It is definitely John's story – from Liverpool 1940 to New York 1980. I am the B-side, and that's how it should be. I think he would have loved it." The musical also conspicuously omitted any mention of May Pang, Lennon's lover for a period of 18 months in the years 1974–75 when the singer was separated from Ono.
John Lennon was an English rock musician who gained worldwide fame as one of the members of The Beatles.
Lennon may also refer to:
- Lennon (name), a given name and surname (and list of people with the name)
- Lennon (album), a 1990 CD box set featuring John Lennon's solo songs
- Lennon (musical), a 2005 Broadway musical about the life of John Lennon
- Lennon, Finistère, a commune in France
- Lennon, Michigan, a village in the United States
- 4147 Lennon, a main-belt asteroid
- A small river near Kilmacrennan in Ireland
Usage examples of "lennon".
He had crossed Lough Swilly on the following forenoon by a little cargo steamer, which once a week steamed up the Lennon River as far as Ramelton.
For though the old master of Lennon House has not lain twenty years in his grave, he is already swollen into a legendary character.
Dermod retired into the room which he was pleased to call his office, while Feversham and Ethne spent the afternoon fishing for salmon in the Lennon River.
For the blackbirds were calling from the branches and the grass, and down beneath the overhanging trees the Lennon flowed in music between its banks.
A month had passed since the ball at Lennon House, but the uneventful country-side of Donegal was still busy with the stimulating topic of Harry Feversham's disappearance.
Brien O'Brien it was ten minutes past the hour—still in his dress clothes and with a white suicide's face, hurrying along the causeway by the Lennon Bridge.
He began with the Crimean night at Broad Place, and ended with the ball at Lennon House.
Though the Lennon House was altogether ruined, and its lands gone from her, Ethne was still amongst her own people.
For the Lennon house could be rebuilt and the estates cleared of their debt.
I want you to tell me what happened that night at Lennon House to break off your engagement, to send him away an outcast.
But Willoughby could at all events remember and repeat, and Ethne had grown by five years of unhappiness since the night when Harry Feversham, in the little room off the hall at Lennon House, had told her of his upbringing, of the loss of his mother, and the impassable gulf between his father and himself, and of the fear of disgrace which had haunted his nights and disfigured the world for him by day.
Her pride, which had never recovered from the blow which Harry Feversham had dealt to her in the hall at Lennon House, was now quite restored, and by the man who had dealt the blow.
At this very moment Harry Feversham might be struggling for breath in that dark and noisome hovel, dry of throat and fevered with the heat, with a vision before his eyes of the grass slopes of Ramelton and with the music of the Lennon River liquid in his ears.
Something had happened on the night of the ball at Lennon House, and from that date Harry had been an outcast.
Suppose that a white feather had been forwarded to Lennon House, and had been opened in Ethne's presence?