Black Eyed Peas Take John Lennon Educational Tour Bus On The Road
The Black Eyed Peas have announced their plans to take the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus on the road for their upcoming trek in support of their multi-platinum album "The E.N.D." A non-profit mobile recording and multimedia studio, The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus will join the E.N.D. tour starting February 22 till April 10, when the stint wraps up.
The facility, on which Peas' member Fergie recorded her hit "Fergalicious" and other cuts from her solo album, will not only serve as the official recording studio for the Peas, but also for upcoming student projects in cities visited by the Peas' while on tour.
The Bus will also host tours for contest winners and VIPs and will be available for select Apple Education students to write and record an original song and film a music video. Lennon Bus on-board engineers will work with the students to help produce the project. The students will then be granted access to see the Peas perform.
Additionally, the Bus is running a special promotion with Musician's Friend, sponsored by GHS Strings and Epiphone Guitars. Two winners will be flown to the Peas' Tacoma, Washington date on April 10th, will get access to the Bus, have a meet and greet with the Peas and see the show.
The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus supports innovative programs for young people including giving them access to music and the digital arts. The Bus reaches over 250,000 students a year through its tours and workshops. For more information on the Bus, please visit www.lennonbus.org.