THE ‘’QUIET BEATLE’’ DIED ON THIS DAY IN 2001

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George Harrison, before he passed away after a battle with
Lung Cancer.

On November 29, 2001, English musician and songwriter George Harrison died at the age of 58. Harrison achieved global fame as
a member of
the Beatles and went on to a successful solo career
that included frequent collaborations with many of the foremost musicians of his generation.

Harrison was born in Liverpool in 1943 and joined the group, then
known as the Quarrymen, when he was barely 15. Harrison became
the group’s lead guitarist and frequently sang, but he developed a reputation as the “quiet Beatle” and was oftentimes overshadowed
by the duo of John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Nonetheless, his influence on the group, and rock music in general, was profound.

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