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December 18, 2016

The Last Photos of John Lennon and Other Beatles' Members Together

The Last Photo of John Lennon and George Harrison Together

This photo is the last photo of John Lennon and George Harrison together. It was taken at The Troubadour nightclub in Los Angeles, California in mid November of 1974.

Harrison was in Los Angeles after playing two concerts of his “Dark Horse Tour” at The Forum on November 11th and 12th.

According to Keith Badman’s book ‘The Beatles After The Break-Up’ John and George did meet once again after the November 1974 photo.

The entry for Sunday September 28, 1980 says:
“Following the session with Playboy, John has another haircut and, along with Yoko, boards a plane for Los Angeles where they have arranged to meet George and Derek Taylor at Monty Python’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl. George gives John a copy, on audio cassette, of his latest album. Following the show, George remains in LA while John and Yoko return to New York, arriving back in the early hours of September 29.”
Despite their differences Yoko Ono said,
“John loved George and George loved John. Their friendship was very special”

The Last Photo of John Lennon and Paul McCartney Together

This last known photo of John Lennon and Paul McCartney together was taken by John Lennon’s girlfirend May Pang at the Louis B. Meyer/Peter Lawford Santa Monica house Lennon was renting March 29, 1974.

The photo was included in Pang’s book of photographs, Instamatic Karma, which was published in 2008.

Besides the candid personal portraits, the book contains some historically important photographs, such as Lennon signing the official dissolution of The Beatles partnership, as well as the aforementioned last known photograph of Lennon and McCartney together.

The Last Photo of John Lennon and Ringo Starr Together

We recently came across this photo taken in May of 1979 at The Dakota building in New York CIty that claims to be the last photo of John Lennon and Ringo Starr together.

(via feelnumb)


  1. There is a photo of Ringo and John 3 weeks before the tragedy. They met up and went to dinner with their wives so that they could spend time together and so John could give Ringo a copy of 'Nobody Told Me'. John decided it would be a really great song for Ringo to record on his upcoming album. After John died, Ringo couldn't bring himself to sing the song because it was too sad for him, so he gave the tape back to Yoko.

    John was always closest to Ringo. They never had any problems with one another. I suspect it had a lot to do with the fact that they were the same age, among other things I'm sure.

  2. yes, the Polaroid photo of John Lennon and Ringo Starr is indeed from November 1980 not May 1979. There may be photos of Paul and John from their last meetings in 1976 at the Dakota but only McCartney and Ono know this. George Harrison never saw Lennon after 1976 either. He visited the Dakota after appearing in SNL with Paul Simon that year. There may be picks but only Ono and Olivia Harrison know if they exist. Lennon always kept a Polaroid camera around and loved to document his life in pictures.





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