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This article will share information about the British singer and songwriter, John Lennon, and his net worth.

John Lennon was a cultural and musical sensation, as well as a major member of The Beatles, the most commercially successful band of all time. He was best recognized for his incredible songwriting ability.

He was a British singer-songwriter and an icon of the 1960s counter-culture revolution. After leaving the Beatles, he went on to have a remarkable and hugely successful solo career.

Background of John Lennon

During World War II, John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940. His father, Freddie, was a commercial seaman who spent a lot of time away from home.

Mimi, Lennon’s aunt, raised him the most of his life. After his mother died in a car accident in 1958, Lennon’s nature became rebellious during his senior high school years.

When he was 15, John Lennon became interested in music. In 1956, he formed The Quarrymen, a skiffle band.

While performing with the group at a church event, Lennon met Paul McCartney. After multiple name changes, Lennon offered him a position in the band that became The Beatles.

Professional career of John Lennon

The Beatles’ first hit single was “Love Me Do,” which was followed by the publication of the group’s debut album in 1963. Please Please Me was the title of the album.

Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band was released in 1967 and quickly became one of the best-selling albums of all time. At this point, Lennon’s LSD habit became out of control, and the Beatles began to drift apart.

In 1969, John Lennon married Yoko Ono, and the Beatles split up in 1970. In the same year, Lennon and Ono produced the John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band, which was not economically successful.

However, John Lennon’s 1971 album Imagine was a commercial success.

“Whatever Gets You Through the Night,” produced by Lennon and Elton John, was his highest-charting single as a solo artist.

Ono gave birth to Lennon’s son on October 9, 1975 (the same date as Lennon), forcing Lennon to take a break from music.

A disturbed admirer shot him four times in the back and killed him at the Dakota entrance shortly after his return to music in 1980.

John Lennon’s net worth does not fully reflect his career’s success. As a songwriter, co-writer, and performer, he has 25 tracks that have reached the top of the US Hot 100 list.

Net worth of John Lennon

If we adjust John Lennon’s net worth for inflation, the $200 million is equivalent to $620 million now. That is not all, since his clan continued to make large sums of money from his inheritance in the form of licensing fees, merchandising, royalties, and so on.

Yoko Ono, his principal heir and bereaved wife, is currently worth $700 million. Ono comes from an upper-class, exceedingly rich family and attended school with the Japanese Emperor, Akihito.

Ono involved herself in the finances of The Beatles when she saw they were in a complicated tangle: “We weren’t financially independent; we didn’t even know how much money we had.”

She took over a large but highly ethical (she insisted on it) financial portfolio. One of her most popular ventures was the $2.7 million purchase of a dairy farm with 10 bulls and 122 cows.

A Holstein cow sold for $265,000 in 1980, which became even more famous. In response to the deal, Lennon stated, “Only Yoko could sell a cow for a quarter of a million.”

After John Lennon departed The Beatles, Ono continued to manage his funds and made numerous and large investments in real estate around the world. Ono also purchased five apartments in the Dakota building, outside of which Lennon was shot and died.

John made a statement about the financial situation of the couple in 1980, “Yoko became the breadwinner, taking care of bankers and deals, and I became the housewife. It was like one of those reversal comedies. I’d say (jokingly), ‘Well, how was it at the office today, dear? Do you want a cocktail? I didn’t get your slippers, and your shirts aren’t back from the laundry.”

In 2019, Lennon was globally the 7th top-earning dead celebrity. Forbes reported in the same year that John Lennon’s estate had made over $14 million.


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