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Guitar invitation for Brooklyn Beckham
Boyband The Wanted's singer Jay McGuiness spoke to The Sun about the teenage son of David and Victoria Beckham, and said he could see the lad gigging in front of a crowd with the group, as a guitar player.
The singer also said that another member of the band, Tom Parker, had passed on some guitar playing tips to the lad, one of the Beckhams' several kids.
It turns out Brooklyn had been giving the instrument a go for a few weeks, when Tom passed on his advice, but he was still ready to have a bash at a famous Oasis number, according to Jay.
"Tom taught Brooklyn how to play Wonderwall, which was a beautiful moment," he told the Sun.
The Wanted have had chart success with the likes of Lightning and All Time Low.
Brooklyn is "well into his rock music," says Jay in the interview. Other Oasis work he might like to try include Songbird, Song Might Say and Stop Crying Your Heart Out.
Posted by AW.Posted on 21 Mar 2012 11:45 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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