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(har'i-sŏn),
Edward, English physician, 1766-1838. See: Harrison groove.
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FAB GEAR: Gardiner Houlgate of auctioneer Luke Hobbs, left, with some of the George Harrison memorabilia including, right, a letter by the guitarist to a Beatles fan
Auctioneer Luke Hobbs said: "This is a treasure trove of George Harrison memorabilia.I've not seen anything like it before.
George Harrison and the Maton guitar with Paul McCartney in the early 1960s
"Charles George Harrison died on February 20, 2017 at his home address and the cause of his death was drug related."
While George Fest has its share of light moments, not the least of which are performances by "Weird Al" Yankovic ("What Is Life") and Conan O'Brien ("Old Brown Shoe"), due respect is also paid to George Harrison's more serious, devotional side.
His rendition of I'll See You In My Dreams, closing the show at the George Harrison Tribute Concert, brought the house down, as did his appearance at Glastonbury.
A half-century ago Sunday, George Harrison and the Beatles conquered America, playing live to 73 million television viewers of "The Ed Sullivan Show'' in a seminal gig that launched the British invasion.
| SPOT ON: George Harrison who wrote the song Taxman
Summary: Iconic items which belonged to members of the Beatles including George Harrison's Hamburg-era leather jacket are being auctioned.
John Lennon, Paul McCartney and George Harrison were joined in August 1962 by drummer Ringo Starr, who replaced Pete Best, to become the Fab Four.
George Harrison: Living in the Material World is a lavish, oversized presentation edited by mark Holborn and released to coincide with Martin Scorsese's documentary of the same name that aired in October.