Last night on the eve of the 33rd anniversary of John Lennon's tragic and untimely death, I had the opportunity to witness an amazing tribute to this great legend. The Nutopians a phenomenal band of 8 incredibly talented musicians were playing in my home town. I had seen the advertisements and had made a mental note to attend. Honestly I got busy and forgot, plain and simple until my daughter asked if me yesterday if I was going. I highly doubted I would be able to get tickets butI logged on to the theater's website anyway. To my delight there were three single tickets left. My husband had no interest in going with me and my daughter was unavailable and that was just fine with me; I don't mind going to the theater alone, I actually kind of enjoy it. So, off I went to our new community arts center. I had a wonderful seat with a great view. I no sooner got settled when the lights were lowered and the Nutopians were introduced. For two and a half hours I was transfixed to this incredible talent of the Nutopians. They weren't your typical tribute band, while they stayed true to the lyrics of the songs they made them uniquely their own. The audience laughed and cried at each vignette that was shared about John's life as a poet, musician, and pacifist as well as his life with Yoko Ono and with the Beatles. We learned of the back story behind each song. The night ended all to soon with the poignant rendition of Happy Christmas (War Is Over) and just when I thought I couldn't love John Lennon more the audience was invited to sing along with Give Peace A Chance. I don't know when I have been so deeply moved. IMAGINE!