Recently, a new exhibit -- "John Lennon: The New York City Years" -- opened at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Annex in New York City.
The exhibition offers a glimpse into Lennon's life in New York. Lennon called the Big Apple home from 1971 until 1980.
Visitors will get to see some of his original artwork, lyric sheets and production notes along with handwritten manuscripts and his Steinway piano.
Also, videos playing experimental films by Lennon, and also music clips will play on four large screens for your viewing pleasure.
The most interesting aspect of the exhibit: a white phone is mounted at the exit. If it rings, make sure to pick it up. Yoko Ono will occassionally call looking to chat with visitors.
If you visit this exhibit, please post your review here for others to read.
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