Out of print since Apple Records suspended operations in 1975, the 1972 album by Lon and Derrek Van Eaton titled “BROTHER” is being released on CD for the first time ever. Signed to Apple after John Lennon and George Harrison heard the tape that the duo had sent to the Apple office, Lon and Derrek were the first act to be record an album in the newly built Apple Studios.
Imagine A Better World Productions, LLC
is a Colorado based recording studio and production company which
develops unique entertainment and media properties: including Musical
Theatre, Recording Artists, and Cause-Related Events for profit and
non-profit organizations and individuals.
Lon Van Eaton, founder
of Imagine A Better World, is an entertainment executive producer,
record producer and recording artist with CBS Records, the Beatle's Apple Records Label, and A&M Records, formed this unusual entertainment company in 1985 with the philosophy of...
"Being an entertainment company devoted to making conscious change through media!"
Lon Van Eaton was... • Produced as a recording artist by George Harrison,
Richard Perry and Klaus Voormann.
• Recorded with artists such as Eric Clapton, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, Dr. John, Ben Vereen, Harry Nilsen, Carly Simon, Art Garfunkel and Trevor Lawrence.
Lon Van Eaton with Imagine a Better World Produced cause-related recording, “Pulse of the Planet” to benefit 15 environmental organizations for Turner Broadcasting Networks featuring... Robert Redford, Carl Sagan and Stevie Wonder.
Developed and produced the “Give A Little Love” fundraising CD for The Boy Scouts of America with Ben Vereen, Ringo Starr and George Harrison.
Introduced at... Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade by
President Ronald Reagan on NBC-TV.
Produced and recorded classical productions… “The American Soviet Youth Orchestra World Tour” Initiated by President Reagan and Prime Minister Gorbachev at the 1988 Peace Summit Meeting, at notable venues such as Bolshoi Hall, Moscow, The Kennedy Center, Washington. D.C., The Lincoln Center, New York with Zubin Mehta, Leonid Nikolayev, Catherine Comet, Leonard Slatkin conducting.
Created and produced charitable events to benefit non-profits... National Jewish Hospital, The Leukemia Society of America The Council of National Black Churches Ronald McDonald House.
Conceived, directed, developed, produced and funded “Denver At The Apollo” a creative program using music, production, team cooperation and project management skills involving several hundred inner city youth per year over a period of three years. Developed, produced and funded programs such as
“CHAMP” The Children and Music Project during the Olympics in Los Angeles, 1984 and "Kindness Is Doing Something” KIDS for the development of inner city children in Los Angeles.