John and I entertained Paul, George and Ringo at various times. He would go see them or they would come to us. The Beatles getting together was not a thing of the past with John. He actually considered to get the other guys together and do a concert. Harry Nilsson would have been part of it too. When they thought about it, the realistic time and logistics were not good. This proposed concert was to be in September 1974.

-- May Pang[1]


May Fung Yee Pang (born October 24, 1950) is an American former music executive. She worked for John Lennon and Yoko Ono as a personal assistant and production coordinator. When Lennon and Ono separated in 1973, Pang and Lennon began a relationship that lasted more than 18 months. Lennon later referred to this time as his "Lost Weekend". Pang published two books about her relationship with Lennon; a memoir, Loving John (Warner, 1983), and a book of photographs, Instamatic Karma (St. Martin's Press, 2008). A documentary about their relationship, The Lost Weekend: A Love Story, was produced in 2022. Pang was married to producer Tony Visconti from 1989 to 2000 and has two children.