He’s best known for Abbey Road, but the late George Harrison is headed for the Hollywood Walk of Fame, according to a report by AFP. The Beatle, who died of cancer in 2001 at age 58, will have a star ensconced on the world-famous sidewalk in a ceremony on April 14. The guitarist was also a noted songwriter, penning the Beatles’ hits “Here Comes the Sun” and “Something,” and enjoying a career resurgence in 1988 with his last No. 1 hit, “Got My Mind Set on You.”
Posted April 3 2009 — 11:49 PM EDT
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