He was known as The Quiet One, but a night in his honour should prove to be anything but.
In an evening dubbed All Things Must Pass, a 10-piece band will be celebrating the music of George Harrison at The Spring in Havant.
The show is dedicated entirely to performing music written by the former Beatle, who died of lung cancer in 2001.
As well as the obvious hits he wrote for the Beatles – Something, Here Comes The Sun and Taxman, it also draws on the songs he created after their break-up includingMy Sweet Lord, All Those Years Ago, and many more.
His former sound engineer David Entshcel says: ‘The show is a celebration of George’s music, all professionally and faithfully performed with love and respect.’
The concert is next Friday, doors at 8pm. Tickets are, £14.50, £13.05 concessions. Call (023) 9247 2700 or go to thespring.co.uk