The sons of late Beatles legend John Lennon are reportedly set to perform together for the first time at a United Nations concert in New York.
Julian Lennon, 45, from the star's first marriage to Cynthia Lennon, and Sean, 33, who is Yoko Ono's son, have both enjoyed solo careers in music - but have never teamed up together in public.
The half-brothers are now said to have agreed to play at the UN-Millennium Goal Awards, which will take place in Manhattan on 26 February (09), according to Fox News.
Lennon's murder in 1980 reportedly left a rift between the siblings, with Julian and his mother left to battle Ono through the courts for a share of the singer's estate.
But the pair is said to have grown closer in recent years, bonding over their shared love of music.
The Lennon brothers will join a line up which reportedly also includes Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora, Akon and MACy Gray
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