[Dhani] Harrison, who went to college at Brown, recalls, "It was even that way at university. Before I proved myself, my teachers saw me as a guy getting a free ride in life because I was George Harrison's son."
In a way, it's understandable. When you look at the son's face and hear his voice, you can't help but be reminded of the father. Because of that, Harrison tried to distance himself from his family as a teen.
"When your parents are cool hippies, the only way to rebel is to get straight A's, do sports and enroll in a military school. That's what I did."