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A fresh wave of Beatlemania could sweep the world after Paul McCartney's son revealed four of the legendary British rock group's children were considering setting up a band together. James McCartney told the BBC he and John Lennon's son Sean, George Harrison's son Dhani and Ringo Starr's son Zak Starkey had mooted the idea of forming "The Beatles - The Next Generation". "I'd be up for it," said the 34-year-old. "Sean seemed to be into it, Dhani seemed to be into it." He added that Starkey was less keen, but that the band could "hopefully" happen with "nature's support". All four have followed in their fathers' footsteps and pursued musical careers. Lennon is a New York-based singer-songwriter, while Harrison fronts London rock band thenewno2. Starkey became a drummer like his father and has played with bands including The Who and Oasis. McCartney, who strongly resembles his father Paul, said he had "dreamt of being better than The Beatles". "I'm not sure if I can do that," he told the BBC. "If anything, I would love to be equal to The Beatles - but even that's quite tough." McCartney's two EPs have been co-produced by his father, who at 69 shows no signs of retiring and released his latest album, Kisses On The Bottom, this year. AFP _________________ Il n’y a point de génie sans un grain de folie