Beingthe son of someone famous is a double-edged sword. Sure, it helps youcut through the clutter, but if you're not careful that sword can cutyou. If your father happened to be a Beatle, the blade is even sharper. Just ask John Lennon's sons Julian and Sean, who released records under their own names to mixed reviews and an incredible amount of scrutiny. Ringo'sson, Zak Starkey, may have had it a little easier, since he's not inthe spotlight, but rather behind the kit, although he has played withsuch high-profile acts as Oasis and the Who.
Dhani, the son of late, great Beatle George Harrison,acknowledges his surname "comes with a lot of baggage." It's for thatreason that Harrison and his mate, drummer Oli Hecks opted to record asthenewno2. Check out this exclusive performance ofthenewno2--joined by Jon Sadoff on keyboards and Jason Hiller onupright bass--performing "Give You Love," one of several fine tracksfrom the band's debut album, You Are Here. Be sure to hang in until the endRead More »from Thenewno2: Here Comes The Son