Sean Ono Lennon, the youngest son of The Beatles legend John Lennon and a multi-instrumentalist, is going to have Paul McCartney as a guest for the special two-part radio show in honor of Lennon’s 80th birthday.
BBC Radio 2 has recently announced that they’re going to commemorate John Lennon on what would have been his 80th birthday with an exclusive radio show made of two episodes, hosted by his son Sean Ono.
Will be available shortly after the broadcast on October 3 and October 4, the program is to feature interviews with such significant names as the iconic co-lead vocalist and bassist, Paul McCartney, Lennon’s oldest son, Julian Lennon, and the genius musician, Elton John.
According to the information about the show so far, it is known that Paul McCartney talks about the earliest days of the band, the experience of making music with Lennon. McCartney says at the beginning there were a few songs that weren’t very good and eventually they started to write slightly better songs.
Here is what Paul McCartney said during the interview:
“There were a few songs that weren’t very good. Eventually, we started to write slightly better songs and then enjoyed the process of learning together so much that it really took off.
I look back on it now like a fan, how lucky was I to meet this strange Teddy Boy off the bus, who played music like I did and we get together and boy, we complemented each other!“