George Harrison's son has blasted the rumor suggesting that The Beatles' offspring plan to make their own group, insisting 'We just keep to ourselves.'
George Harrison's son has dismissed rumors The Beatles' musical offspring are planning to launch their own group to follow in the footsteps of their famous dads. Harrison's songwriter son Dhani, 31, is rumored to be in talks with John Lennon's sons, Julian Lennon and Sean Lennon, Sir Paul McCartney's boy James and Ringo Starr's son Zak Starkey to form a band.
Dhani, who fronts his own rock group Thenewno2, insists he is on good terms with all of the musicians, but he has brushed off claims they will team up to record songs. He says, "We just keep to ourselves. Everyone's constantly trying to suggest that there might be something there but it's not what we want to do at all."
George Harrison himself first joined The Beatles by the time he was 16. Some of compositions he wrote for the band are "Something", "I Me Mine", "Within You Without You" and "If I Needed Someone".