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The John Lennon Education Tour Bus

Next Destination: Middleton Middle School

Middleton, ID

 

The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus is a non-profit mobile recording studio dedicated to the providing students of all ages with free hands-on opportunities to make music and produce video projects. Learn More.

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From the Blog

  • Andy Grammer - PERSPECTIVE - Presented by OWC Andy Grammer joined us at the 2018 NAMM Show to share his journey from a busker trying to find his voice to the hit-maker musical powerhouse he is today. Watch now to hear how Andy discovered you can’t be afraid to fail when chasing your dreams. read more …
  • Come Together Sacramento The Sacramento City Unified School District hosted The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus presented by OWC for an epic week and a half of 21st century learning and skill building with students across the district working together to create original projects. These projects collectively yielded Come Together Sacramento. Special thanks …
  • Come Together NYC (2017) - “What does peace mean to you?” From our Lennon Bus family to yours, we wish you a Happy Xmas / Holidays and Happy New Year! On that note, we’re proud to bring you the short film Come Together NYC (2017) created by students from across the five boroughs with the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus thanks …
  • “Come Together” by University of Miami Biscaydence Watch University of Miami BisCaydence students sing a live a cappella version of “Come Together” arranged by the incomparable Ben Bram with additional support from Alex Green on the Lennon Bus during The Betsy - South Beach A Cappella Festival. What an original and refreshing take on The Beatles’ classic! …
  • “Phenomenal” at Urban Assembly School for the Performing Arts Students from The Urban Assembly School for the Performing Arts in Harlem, NYC created an original song and music video in one single day on The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus presented by Canon USA. Special thanks to NYC Council Member Mark Levine, NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, the Mayor’s …

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“This is precisely the kind of project John Lennon would have loved.”

- Yoko Ono Lennon