Definition of Harrison, George in English:

Harrison, George

Syllabification: Har·ri·son, George
Pronunciation: /
 
ˈharəsən/
( 1943–2001), English musician and songwriter. He was the lead guitarist of the Beatles, for which he occasionally wrote songs, including “Something” (1969). His interest in India was reflected in his solo career after the group’s breakup in 1970.

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