Artist, musician. Born in Tokyo, Japan (Widow of musician John Lennon). She moved to the United States while a teenager and studied art at New York’s Sarah Lawrence College. In 1957, she married Japanese composer Toshi Ichiyanagi. In 1964, they divorced and she took her second husband--artist and filmmaker Tony Cox. The couple, married for five years, had one child, Kyoko. In 1970, the Beatles split-up, and Yoko continued to record and perform music with her husband throughout the 1970s. The couple briefly separated in the early 1970s, but by 1975 were back together. In the same year, the couple had a son, Sean, and retired to raise him full-time. In 1980, they publicly reemerged with the album Double Fantasy, in which they shared creative responsibility. Later in the year, Lennon was assassinated outside of their New York apartment building. Her latest solo effort, Blueprint for a Sunrise, was released in 2001.
Paul and Yoko are bound forever because of John. They could do a song for John.