Julian Lennon's Revolutionary 2009

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Julian Lennon says he wants his own Revolution. Along with digital pioneers Michael Birch and Todd Meagher, he just opened an artist-centric music company called theRevolution. One word. The group helps musicians take back control of their work from big timey labels and distribute directly to fans via the Internet.

He says the project stands out as a personal achievement this year.

"There’s too many things to actually pin-point that was specific for 2009 -- except that I've now found myself back on the map, in terms of the music business," he says. "I'm just looking forward to where the industry is going."

Another highlight? The Twilight sequel, New Moon, gets an honorable mention. Sort of.

Tell us what made your year. Name the best food, song, movie, book, show or cultural experience you had this year. We're reading your choices on WNYC this month.


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Comments [1]

george jasko

Hi Julian, I'm trying to contact you concerning a handmade beaded necklace that your dad made over 40 years ago. Please call me and we will discuss all the logistics, o.k.? I am not a kook or weirdo, in fact, I'm a Reverend. I tell the truth and this necklace may be very important to you. Call
me at 570-807-6491 or 570-595-2266. My name is
Rev. George Jasko and I live in Cresco, Pa.
Thank You and God Bless.

Dec. 22 2010 08:11 PM

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