DALLAS—The world lost John Lennon more than 30 years ago but, fortunately, his legacy is still on tour. The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus made a stop at Moises E. Molina High School in Dallas today, giving students a look at a state-of-the-art music and video production facility. The bus tour is a non-profit mobile audio and High Definition video production facility on wheels that travels around the country giving young people tours and participation in songwriting workshops.
Three engineers travel with the bus, teaching students in one day how to write, perform, record, and produce original songs as well as shooting and producing music videos and documentaries. Top industry sponsors make the bus on wheels possible and allow it to travel coast-to-coast 10 months a year.
WATCH: Molina High student Gabriel Rosario talks about the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus.
WATCH: Engineer Hans Tanner talks about the John Lennon Educational Bus Tour.
You can see some of the tour's latest photos and videos here and find out more about the John Lennon Educational Tour Bus here
The bus's next stop is also in Dallas, at Julian T. Saldivar Elementary School Tuesday; from there the tour travels to Georgetown and then drops in for a live stream with Kevin Smith at SXSW before heading to Las Vegas.