Whenever Dhani Harrison finds himself in the UK – which, he says, is
infrequently these days – he heads straight for a place of guaranteed
safety: the family pile in Henley-on-Thames.
Friar Park is the gated,
and lavishly gardened, estate his Beatle father, George, bought for
himself back in 1970, which he considered an oasis of peace away from
the constant press and fan attention. But his son has found a comparable
oasis of his own, and has called Los Angeles home for several years.
"Being in LA is great," he asserts during a brief promo trip to
London, "because there are so many weird people out there, so you can
just blend in. I like that."