In a candid conversation with hiking host Kevin Nealon, singer, songwriter, humanitarian, and producer Julian Lennon opened up about various aspects of his life, sharing touching memories and insights into his journey. Among the topics discussed, Julian revealed the most precious gift his father, John Lennon, ever gave him.
During the chat, Julian reminisced about a unique and unexpected moment he shared with his dad when they spotted a UFO together.
While their encounter with the unidentified flying object was undoubtedly memorable, Julian also touched upon several other intriguing subjects, providing a glimpse into his multifaceted life.
One of the highlights of the conversation was Julian’s discussion of his latest album, ‘Jude.’ He shared his passion for music and his dedication to creating meaningful songs that resonate with listeners.
Beyond his musical endeavors, Julian’s philanthropic work with the White Feather Foundation was a focal point of the conversation. He spoke passionately about the foundation’s mission and his commitment to making a positive impact on the world.
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Julian also touched on personal challenges, such as overcoming a smoking addiction and finding love in marriage.
His openness about these experiences reflects his authenticity and willingness to connect with his audience on a deeper level.
When asked about his favorite Beatle, Julian Lennon shared his admiration for the legendary band members but didn’t choose sides, expressing his appreciation for each member’s unique contributions.
The conversation even delved into Julian’s earliest concert experience and his thoughts on the documentary ‘Get Back,’ offering fans a glimpse into his interests beyond music.
However, one notable moment in the interview revealed Julian’s perspective on the film ‘Yesterday,’ which features a scene attempting to depict what his father might look like in his later years. Julian confessed that while he enjoyed the film, this particular scene felt out of place and somewhat unnecessary to him.
In Julian Lennon’s words:
“I actually loved that film Yesterday, until they put that weird bit of an impression of what Dad would look like in his seventies and eighties or whatever, up on a Scottish or Irish island. It kind of threw the whole film off for me… It wasn’t necessary for me, I don’t think. And it was just weird.”
Julian’s candid and heartfelt reflections during the conversation with Kevin Nealon offered a deeper understanding of the man behind the music and the enduring impact of his father’s influence on his life.
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