Dhani, 30, and his band thenewno2 were keen to maintain a low profile ever since they formed in 2006, and only performed small gigs in the US and on the Internet. "Dhani doesn't crave the spotlight and his group has remained low-key," the Daily Express quoted a band insider as saying."But he has now decided the time is right to step things up and see how well they are received on a wider scale.
"Performing on US television is going to be a big moment for him as there will obviously be huge expectation," the insider added. Harrison formed thenewno2 with pal Oliver Hecks, and he is the wealthiest young musician in the UK, having jointly inherited his father's 16million pounds fortune with mother Olivia
London (ANI): English rock guitarist George Harrison's son Dhani's rock band is all set to make its debut on television, after agreeing to appear on the American show Late Night With Conan O'Brien next month.