Steve Schalchlin: regarding John Lennon’s piano.

This was written by Steve Schalchlin on May 12th. It is re-published here with his permission. (Thank you, Steve!) See it also on his blog with photographs. Thoughts about John Lennon’s Piano. [On May 8th, 2007, I was invited to play and sing on John Lennon’s piano, the one upon which he wrote the song, …

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What can I say about yesterday?

Yesterday was a dream I will never wake from, and yet so real. I am grounded in love and community. John Lennon’s piano was on my lawn and in my dining room. You should have seen sweet wonderful Steve Schalchlin‘s hands dance on that piano, and heard him sing “Imagine”, “Will It Always Be Like …

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Lennon piano to stop in Olympia

May 7, 2007 ~ The Olympian ~ Olympia, WAFront page: SOUTH SOUND Lennon’s piano in town As part of a peace project, John Lennon’s piano is being photographed at scenes of violence, including the home of an Olympia teen after an assault based on his sexual orientation pages B1& B2: Lennon piano to stop in …

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The Proverbial Cat is out of the Bag ~ Lennon’s Piano

Steve Schalchlin has already posted about it twice in his blog. This is really happening on Tuesday ~ Wow! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (To be will distributed on the U.S.1 and U.K. wires first thing Monday morning.)CONTACT: Catharine FlaggThe Buzzell Company214-219-9191 cf@buzzellco.com Caroline True469-348-4342 011-44-7774-981111 caroline.true@mac.com THE PIANO ON WHICH JOHN LENNON COMPOSED THE SONG ‘IMAGINE’ …

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My email this morning to the pflag-all email list: Friends of PFLAG Steve Schalchlin and Jim Brochu have opened a new play in NYC to rave reviews

Hi everyone Steve Schalchlin and his partner Jim Brochu – have opened a new play off-Broadway in New York City to rave reviews: “The Big Voice: God or Merman?” http://www.thebigvoice.com Some of you may remember that an earlier musical of theirs, “The Last Session” was recognized with many awards including PFLAG-LA’s Oscar Wilde Award for …

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