Former Beatle John Lennon would still be making music today via computer, his widow Yoko Ono said today on the 30th anniversary of his death.
Ono spoke with NME about Lennon, who was fatally shot outside his apartment building in New York by Mark Chapman on 8 December 1980.
Ono "would definitely be experimenting on some new music, using the computer. I am sure it would be quite something," Ono has said.
Ono also paid tribute to her late husband in a blog, Imaginepeace.com.
"This year would have been the 70th birthday year for John if only he was here," she wrote. "But people are not questioning if he is here or not. They just love him and are keeping him alive with their love."