George Harrison’s dark words to Tom Petty after Roy Orbison’s death

In the late 1980s George Harrison The Traveling Wilburys put together a band that included Tom Petty, Bob Dylan, Jeff Lynne and Roy Orbison. The famous artists wanted a way to make music for fun. Orbison died after recording her first album. The band mourned the loss, but Harrison also shared some dark words with Petty.

Tom Petty and George Harrison wear jackets and walk outdoors at night.

Tom Petty and George Harrison | SGranitz/WireImage

George Harrison and Tom Petty were close friends

Petty became a musician because of the Beatles, so Harrison’s offer to star in The Traveling Wilburys excited him. To Petty’s surprise, so did the two men quickly became friends.

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