May Pang, world-renowned confidant and companion of John Lennon, has been in the public eye for over three decades. Her music industry career spans 40 years, beginning with Allen Klein’s company, ABKCO Industries, the firm who managed The Beatles’ Apple Corps. Ltd. and the Rolling Stones. In 1970, Lennon and Yoko Ono hired Pang as their personal assistant. She would eventually become their production coordinator, playing a key role in records by Lennon, Ono and Harry Nilsson. In 1974, Pang was honored with an RIAA Gold Album Award for her work on Lennon’s #1 hit album, Walls and Bridges, which included his first and only #1 single, Whatever Gets You Thru The Night. She can also be heard singing on #9 Dream. By the early 1980s, Pang was one of the leading managers in the music publishing industry, successfully obtaining coverage by such artists as Diana Ross, Judas Priest, The Four Tops, Ullanda McCullough and Air Supply. In 1983, Warner Books published her memoir, Loving John. The book detailed her liaison and working association with the late Beatle and shed light on his relationships with his first son, Julian, as well as Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison. In 2008, St. Martin’s Press released Instamatic Karma, a collection of Pang’s personal photographs of John Lennon. Recently, Cindigo Books published in Germany May’s photo and memories of her time with John, “John Lennon and May Pang” to critical praise. Fine art prints of these portraits have been exhibited in major galleries across the country. During the last two decades, Pang has appeared in every major news and magazine publication worldwide.