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Beatles' children 'not planning to form band'
The son of late electric guitar player George Harrison has ruled out the possibility of collaborating with the children of the other three Beatles.
Dhani Harrison, who is a musician in his own right, said he gets on very well with the Fab Four's offspring.
However, he said this does not mean they are going to band together and record an album of their own.
"Everyone's constantly trying to suggest there might be something there, but it's not what we want to do at all," Harrison commented.
Several of The Beatles' children have gone on to emulate their parents by pursuing a career in music, with Julian Lennon enjoying hit singles such as Saltwater in 1991.
Paul McCartney's son James is also a musician and made his recorded debut playing electric guitar on his father's 1997 album Flaming Pie.
Meanwhile, Ringo Starr's son Zak has become a highly accomplished drummer, playing with the likes of The Who and Oasis.Posted on 12 Jan 2010 12:15 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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