Yoko Ono & Music Management
In honour of John Lennon
In 1980 Music Management & International Promotion was touring The United States visiting and promoting new information bases and chatting with concert promoters, P.R., record labels, etc., and in recording studios with Eagles, BeeGees, etc.
Early December a new artist was to be checked out. He was very American, but could and would he be something to promote on Continental Europe. His name was Bruce Springsteen.
Had it not been for the Madison Square Garden concert with Bruce, MMIP would most likely have been in the recording studio with Yoko Ono and John Lennon a few days later. If they had invited MMIP for a dining after the last track was compleated, chances were that MMIP would have been in the car and at the tragical spot and perhaps John Lennon would still have been alive. Instead - due to jet lack and much work - MMIP flew out of New York a few days before.