Produced during a particularly turbulent period of George Harrison's life, 'Dark Horse' marked the beginning of a '70s-era downward turn for the ex-Beatle that was as sudden as it was complete and surprising.
A memorial pine tree planted at the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles paying tribute to George Harrison -The Quiet Beatle- is being replaced. The reason for action is because beetles infested the tree causing its downfall. The tree was planted in 2004 to honor George who spent his last days in the…
Up until his 49th birthday George Harrison believed he was born on February 25th. In 1992, he announced, "I only learned recently after all these years that the date and time of my own birth have always been off by one calendar day and about a half hour on the clock."
According to correspondence recently unearthed by the U.K.'s Daily Mail, long-simmering resentments between former Beatles may have prompted George Harrison to turn down a distinguished award from the royal family before his death.
Flashing back to August 1,1971 George Harrison held his "Concert for Bangladesh" at Madison Square Garden in New York City. The benefit, featuring George, Ringo Starr, Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Ravi Shankar, and Leon Russell.
George Harrison was in the recording studio today in 1968, working on his song “While My Guitar Gently Weeps” just George and his guitar. The electrified version of the tune with help of Georges close friend Eric Clapton would appear on The White album.