Queen’s University adjunct music professor Robb MacKay is available to talk about the legacy of John Lennon. Wednesday, Dec. 8 is the 30th anniversary of the death of the Beatles star.
“John Lennon's musical legacy is astonishing and unquestioned: there is very little that happens now in the world of popular music to which one can't respond, ‘Yep! The Beatles did that.’ However, Lennon's personal life is also well-worthy of note: a tale of inspiration and caution, bravery and self-destruction, and love,” says Mr. MacKay.
Mr. MacKay teaches a course on popular music at Queen’s and discusses the influence of the Beatles. Mr. MacKay is only available for phone interviews after 2:30 p.m.
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