- Cowboy BeBop at His Computer: Due to her vilification as some kind of art hippie that destroyed the Beatles, public perception of her catalogue is that it's all just her screaming violently over guitar feedback. Yes, she had a few compositions of that nature, but most of her catalogue is all art pop, like the tunes she performed with Lennon on Double Fantasy. She also ditched her iconic mane of hair by the end of the 1970s.
- Name's the Same: A woman called Yoko Ono is listed in the end credits of Dark Souls II under 'Localization Support'. We assume that the famous musician didn't actually decide to try her hand at video game localization, although we can't be 100% certain...
- Production Posse: A lot of people tend to forget that Yoko Ono is associated with THE BEATLES and thus shared a lot of the same friends and resources. Her Plastic Ono Band album was recorded at the same time and with the same people as John's album of the same name, and Fly was recorded at the same time as his album Imagine; John also regularly played guitar on her songs, while she would sing backing vocals on his. Live recordings from 1969 to 1973 included Eric Clapton, bass player Klaus Voorman and drummer Alan White, who also appeared on Yoko's "Don't Worry Kyoko" (with Ringo Starr taking over on drums on the studio version.)
Trivia / Yoko Ono