Artist Uses Mic Leads John Lennon Used On Imagine Album To Mark Beatle Star's 81st Birthday

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These unique works of art celebrating music legend John Lennon feature the microphone leads The Beatles star used while making his solo album Imagine. Artist & Memorabilia aficionado James Wilkinson's 'Lennon Wired' exhibition sees James deliberately constructing pieces in a simple way, using wire, board, and staples with many imitating the drawing style of Lennon himself & depicting him with Yoko, as well as at the steinway piano, and showing his famous signature. James bought the microphone leads from a sale of recording equipment from Tittenhurst Park, a historic country home once owned by Lennon. The exhibition opens for a private viweing at James' Pop Nouveau Gallery in Sudbury, Suffolk on 9 October 2021 before beginning a global tour that will take in Dubai, New York, Liverpool and London and more.

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