Decades after she became a widow there are still a few people who continue to give Yoko Ono some attention out of residual goodwill for her late husband John Lennon. (He was in the Beatles, kids.)
I know she was already a fairly well-known performance artist even before she met John but it’s got to stop and it’s got to stop here. When you see her singing her new “song” you are going to wish you were deaf or dead or both.
Yoko Ono was at the Museum of Modern Art in New York last month and unveiled her “Voice Piece For Soprano & Wish Tree” in conjunction with an exhibit there.
Free chocolate chip cookie for you if you make it to the end.*
And what about those people applauding at the end? Are New York museum-goers just that polite? Shouldn’t somebody pull her aside and say, “Uh, no?”