Sean Lennon was born October 9, 1975, in New York, New York. The singer, songwriter and musician is best known for being the only son of Beatles legend John Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono. Sean’s mother noticed his musical talent when Sean was only 5. Throughout his teen years, he contributed to his mother’s music, which eventually led him to co-write the song “All I Ever Wanted” with Lenny Kravitz in 1991. Five years later, Sean joined the band Cibo Matto on the group’s project Butter 08. After touring with the band, Sean was approached by Beastie Boy Adam Yauch and was asked to join his label, Grand Royal Records. In 1998, Sean released his debut solo album, Into the Sun. He toured with Cibo Matto for a year and then released Stereo Type A, which ended up being Cibo Matto’s final album. Sean then contributed to various hip-hop records and helped rework his father’s classics. He released a second solo album and signed with Capitol Records in 2001 after Grand Royal Records disbanded. In 2006, he released his third album, Friendly Fire.
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