Julian’s response to the whole 50th Anniversary thing was petty. Ok, he wasn’t allowed to perform, but it’s not like Sean did either, and Dhani only did backing vocals on one song. They invited him, and he turned them down. I personally do not feel sorry for him.
I want Julian to be my Valentine. <3
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I am so happy that Dhani has gone back to having short-ish hair and being clean-shaven.
I love how much Dhani loves his dad. He embraces the Harrison legacy, but doesn’t use it to his advantage. I’m sure wherever George is, he is incredibly pleased with his boy.
Dhani Harrison is well aware of the effect he has on people, and he’s cool with it. “People see my face, they hear my voice, and I know they’re thinking about my father. That’s OK - he was a great man.”
I feel badly for Julian. I understand feeling like you’ve been left out. The Grammy’s is just another example for me. I understand that not everyone can be invited to these events, but it boggles the mind that an invite isn’t extended to Julian. He’s done a great deal in regards to trying to preserve the Beatles history. His most recent venture is his involvement in a photography exhibit about the Beatles. I think he should be given consideration when Beatles events are put on.