George Harrison's Son Dhani Pays Tribute to His Late Father

PHOTO: Guitarist George Harrison, September 1991. Terry O'Neill/Getty Images
Guitarist George Harrison, September 1991.

It's been 13 years since George Harrison died, but his son is keeping his memory alive.

Dhani Harrison appeared on "Conan" Wednesday night to perform two songs from his father's album, "All Things Must Pass" -- "Let It Down" and "Ballad of Sir Frankie Crisp (Let It Roll)."

The performance was part of late night host Conan O'Brien's George Harrison week, dedicated to the late Beatle.

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"Like everyone, I'm a massive, massive fan of George's," O'Brien said before the celebration began. "It's really special. There's a coming together this week that is really unique and there's a real sense of love and excitement in the air about this entire project."

Dhani Harrison, for one, has been very moved by the outpouring of support for his dad.

"It's been really, really fun," he said, adding that preserving his dad's legacy is "a labor of love."