LENNON TRIBUTE CONCERT RESCHEDULED & RENAMED

The show is now dedicated to 'New York City and its people' following the recent terrorist atrocity in the city...

A proposed JOHN LENNON TRIBUTE CONCERT scheduled for later

this week in NEW YORK has been rescheduled and renamed.

The

show, which was due to take place tomorrow (September 20) and be broadcast by

American channel TNT, will now take place on October 2.

According to US press reports the event is now named ‘Come Together: A

Night For John Lennon’s Words & Music, Dedicated to New York City & Its

People’, following last week’s terrorist strikes (September 11).

Artists scheduled to appearat the Radio City Music Hall show

include Alanis

Morissette, Nelly Furtado, Moby

and Stone Temple Pilots amongst others.

A statement has been

issued to the American media which reads: “In light of last week’s tragic events,

(organisers) felt it was appropriate to move our Lennon tribute

to October 2. In addition the event, originally planned as a benefit for a

non-violent world, will now also support the vital efforts of the New

York City relief organizations…

“The appropriateness of

John Lennon’s words, message, and music is even more timely now.

New York City identified and shared a mutual love affair with

John and Yoko Ono, and now more than ever, that

unbreakable bond grows even stronger in this time of healing.”