Dhani Harrison Net Worth

Dhani Harrison Net Worth is
$275 Million

Dhani Harrison's salary
$275 million

Dhani Harrison Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Dhani Harrison is an English musician and the only child of George Harrison and Olivia Harrison. Harrison debuted as a professional musician assisting in recording his father's final album, Brainwashed, and completing it with the assistance of Jeff Lynne after his father's d...
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Full NameDhani Harrison
Net Worth$275 Million
Salary$275 million
Date Of BirthAugust 1, 1978
Place Of BirthWindsor, United Kingdom
Height5 ft 6 in (1.69 m)
ProfessionMusician, Writer, Guitarist, Film Producer, Singer-songwriter, Author
EducationShiplake College, Brown University
NationalityUnited Kingdom
SpouseSolveig 'Sola' Karadottir (m. 2012)
ParentsOlivia Trinidad Arias, George Harrison
NicknamesAyrton Wilbury
Record LabelsDark Horse Records, EMI
Music GroupsThenewno2 (Since 2006), Fistful of Mercy (Since 2010), Traveling Wilburys (2007)
Star SignLeo
1You can' t help being a musician because you've grown up with music, yet being one means being compared to your dad and being slated for it. But I really don't have the ambitions of most people going into the industry.
2It was a relief to be able to do my own band, because I was very responsible for all this amazing music I didn't want to mess up before.
3I recently got into 'Lie to Me' with Tim Roth and 'The Mentalist.'
4I was an only child. I hung out with my parents.
5My dad used to say to me, 'You look more like me than I do.'
6'Live a Lie' is inspired by recent combinations found in dubstep.
7To come out in the music business, you only really get one shot. A lot of people get to play small gigs first, and build up that way, without anyone really seeing them.
8It's funny, because music is one of those things it is natural to go into. You hear it so much growing up, it kind of permeates you and eventually you spew out some music of your own.
9I think guitar-wise, Eric Clapton was a big influence on me. I got to spend time around him. He's kind of strange, mysterious, serious and he always has played such hot guitar.
10I've grown up around cinema. Michael Kamen was a very, very close friend of mine, sort of my godfather. So I know how much work goes into it. You have to know what you're doing.
11I was recording stuff with my dad when I was like five, six years old. I played with him on tour. I'd gone with him to Japan in '91, played some gigs, did a couple shows at the Albert Hall.
12I love getting into a studio with a bunch of friends. When the day's done, we've made something. We recognize that we're from different walks of the music industry, and there's no reason we shouldn't be collaborating. That's what I'm trying to create with thenewno2 - a sense of community.
13I sometimes listen to music I made and find it to be something I wouldn't want to buy from a store, if there was a store. When it's like that, you have to make what you want to hear.
14I don't really plan to be a pop star; I just want to be able to make music without the whole My Dad thing hanging over me, which everyone in my position goes through.
15Thenewno2 is sort of my little prototype band, really.
16I suddenly realized that in order to do what I wanted to do, I had to become that which I hated - which is the head of a record company or a digital media conglomerate - and just do whatever you want.
17Playing music has always felt very natural. You know, you do try to do other things, and you do learn lessons that way, but, eventually - well... if your dad is a plumber, you become a plumber. It's the family business, and I felt like I was taking over the family business.
18I'm a huge Wu-Tang fan.
19I was very empty after my father passed away. It was an emotional time, as it would be for anyone, but to be in the studio every day was kind of cathartic and healing and it just seemed very natural to continue.
20I'm still getting used to being called a composer. A poseur, maybe.
21'Keep your head down at school.' Those are sage words from my dad. They kept me in check for years.
22Everyone's seen the Beatles.
23Being in L.A. is great because there are so many weird people out there, so you can just blend in. I like that.
24Websites are kind of useless. There's so much great web content and design out there, but the ways in which they are being experienced are not being maximized.
25In almost any profession, even if you're the kid of an actor, people are very supportive and want to see the next generation.
26The music I want to hear in my head sounds somewhere between Jimi Hendrix and Massive Attack. It's not really like my dad, but there will always be similarities because we have the same vocal cords, and I learnt the guitar the way he taught me.
27I have two mini huskies called Woody Guthrie and Edison Guthrie.
28I did everything I could to not be a musician.
29I only discovered electronic music as a teenager and I still love the Prodigy and Massive Attack.
30I don't ever use my name for anything in terms of getting the music heard.
31I did rebel. I was the rebel in my family, because my dad wanted me to go and just travel with him.
32I think I learned a lot about not buying into a lot of hype. I wanted to be a kind of faceless entity; I didn't want to be Dhani Harrison and the Muppets or something like that.
33When my dad toured in '91, I think my first gig properly was the Tokyo Dome, 50,000 people indoors. That was pretty scary. I was 12, or 13.
34I did Albert Hall, I got to play the Hall of Fame with Prince. So I've done that kind of stuff for ages. It wasn't until after we finished working on Brainwash, my dad's album after he died, then it was like 'That phase is over in my life now, now we can get on with our music, with our band.'
35Someone recently played me 'Combination Pizza Hut and Taco Bell' by Das Racist. That should be my theme song.
36One interviewer asked me: 'How do you feel that you've betrayed your father?' That wasn't really very cool.
37I could never just play in a pub in front of four people because I would have had all the press turn up. That way, you don't get to build up naturally. It makes the work feel unnatural, and puts a lot of unnatural pressure on you.
38My job description is... being enthusiastic.
39If you were the first person ever to design an application for the iPhone and you patented it, you would be very, very better off than we are right now, you know? But you've got to be the first one to do it. So I figured that Led Zeppelin or the Stones were going to do it unless we just got on to it. So I got cracking with the guys from Apple.
40You don't have to burn books, you don't have to rebel against teachers to rebel; to rebel is to truly own your own self.
41I never really saw my dad around when the Iron Maiden and the AC/DC were playing. But he knew what I was doing. I was just absorbing music. So he just kind of left me to my own devices.
1Is of English and Irish descent on his father's side, and Mexican descent on his mother's side.
2Grandson of Louise Harrison and Harold Harrison.
3Nephew of Peter Harrison, Harry Harrison and Louise Harrison.
4He and Jeff Lynne worked extensively with his father, George Harrison, on George's final studio album. Knowing he was dying of cancer, George made sure to not only complete as much work as he could, but also used the time he had to make sure that Dhani and Jeff knew his intentions for the material (down to such details as the cover artwork). Thus, although George died with the album not quite complete, Dhani and Jeff were able to finish the songs according to George's wishes, even using studio time that George had booked ahead of time. The album, "Brainwashed", was released in 2002, almost a year after George's death.
5Son of George Harrison and Olivia Harrison.


Futra Dayspre-production
Good Girls Revolt2015-2016TV Series 10 episodes
Seattle Road2016
Outsiders2016TV Series 13 episodes
Learning to Drive2014
Now You Don't Know What to Think2002Short

Music Department

Good Girls Revolt2016TV Series music by - 3 episodes
Beautiful Creatures2013music by - as thenewno2
Concert for George2003Video documentary musician: guitar


The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles2014TV Special performer: "Something"
Beautiful Creatures2013writer: "Make It Home", "Run to Me" uncredited, "Never Too Late"
Conan2010TV Series writer - 1 episode
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2010TV Series writer - 1 episode


:Dryvrs2016TV Series short
The Beatles: Rock Band2009Video GameGeorge Harrison (uncredited)


George Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison2016producer
Day 372003Short producer

Animation Department

The Beatles: Rock Band2009Video Game motion capture artist - animation segments


The Beatles: Rock Band2009Video Game motion capture actor


Mr Blue Sky: The Story of Jeff Lynne & ELO2012TV Movie documentary special thanks
The Beatles: Rock Band2009Video Game acknowledgment: contributions


George Fest: A Night to Celebrate the Music of George Harrison2016Himself
Conan2012-2014TV SeriesHimself - Musical Guest / Himself - Guest
The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles2014TV SpecialHimself
Mr Blue Sky: The Story of Jeff Lynne & ELO2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
My First Guitar2011DocumentaryHimself
George Harrison: Living in the Material World2011DocumentaryHimself (son)
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2010TV SeriesHimself - Musical Guest: Fistful of Mercy
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien2009TV SeriesHimself
Concert for George2003Video documentaryHimself
The Making of 'Brainwashed'2002Video documentary shortHimself

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