Breaking Bad may be over, but the show's leading man is keeping his character going strong. Bryan Cranston, who plays teacher-turned-meth-dealer Walter White on the show, signed a ball for Los Angeles Dodgers reliever Brian Wilson with the note, "I can use a guy like you, Walter White." Just remember, Wilson: Stay out of his territory. Show More Summary
Nice little souvenir.
KEY MOMENT: The game became interesting when Brian Wilson gave up three runs in the eighth inning to reduce the Dodgers' lead from 5-1 to 5-4. Adrian Gonzalez drove in Dee Gordon in the ninth inning to extend the advantage to 6-4, but there were still some scary moments in the bottom of the...
Stephen Vogt is much better than you expected, both on the field and as a referee-themed comedian. I was skeptical. The hosts were giggling. A player came out in a wacky getup. I lived through the rise of Brian Wilson. I know wacky for the sake of being wacky. Except Stephen Vogt nails his NBA referee impression. Show More Summary
The Dude threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Dodger Stadium last night and put a new spin on the event. Instead of throwing the ball, Jeff Bridges bowled it down to home plate where Brian Wilson awaited. Not being into the whole brevity thing, Bridges then asked for the ball back and abided the general rule of these things and actually threw it to Wilson. Read more...
Love and Mercy is set to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September.
Initially, Brian Wilson raised eyebrows when he revealed his new album‘s featured artists, including Kacey Musgraves, Zooey Deschanel and now fun.’s Nate Ruess. Now, according to those close to him, his Lana Del Rey collaboration will be the song to remember, as it recounts Wilson’s sadness about the Beach Boys‘ dissolution. “It started out being... More »
KEY MOMENT: The Dodgers were ahead, 3-2, until a rare meltdown by setup man Brian Wilson in the eighth inning. Wilson had not given up a run in 18 of his previous 19 appearances, but he started the inning by walking the first two batters. Wilson struck out Yan Gomes, but then gave up a run-...
The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson shares his soundtrack of favorite songs that remind him of surf's up in the summer sun.
In celebration of Brian Wilson's 72nd birthday.
Brian Wilson, the mastermind behind The Beach Boys, turns 72 today (happy birthday Brian!), so it's good timing for a Beach Boys cover, which we've gotten from Foxygen drummer Shaun Fleming's Diane Coffee project. One might argue there there...
Wade Hayes is cancer-free and back in the studio working on a new album. Kacey Musgraves played “The Trailer Song” on The Tonight Show late last week. Musgraves has also recorded backing vocals for Brian Wilson’s next album. Steel Magnolia’s Meghan Linsey premiered a new song called “Try Harder Than That” that will be on her upcoming record. Show More Summary
It’s been a while since any news of Brian Wilson has surfaced, despite having an autobiography, biopic, and solo album in the works. But now the on-again-off-again Beach Boy has revealed some collaborators for the latter on his website,...Show More Summary
Wilson’s fans have taken to the his Facebook page, posting an onslaught of anger over his collaborations with Zooey Deschanel, Frank Ocean and Lana Del Ray.
One fan says, "Everything is ruined."
“It’s very different than anything I’ve ever done,” Brian Wilson, of the Beach Boys, has said of his next album. But as he proved today, fans couldn’t have predicted the list of featured artists, which includes Lana Del Rey, Kacey Musgraves, Zooey Deschanel and possibly Frank Ocean. “I had no idea we could pull this... More »
Wilson's also got Zooey Deschanel and Kacey Musgraves "in contention" to feature on the new album. Read more articles like "Brian Wilson Working With Frank Ocean and Lana Del Rey, Dealing With Haters" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
"This project blows my mind!"
In the 10 years since Brian Wilson finally released Smile, the Beach Boys maestro has mostly stuck to passion projects like What I Really Want For Christmas, Brian Wilson Reimagines Gershwin, and In The Key Of Disney. The only thing that could pass for a traditional Wilson album was 2008?s California song cycle with Van [...]
Los Angeles Dodgers prospects had a quality week, with many of the bullpen arms demonstrating that they might be ready to take over in the big leagues should major leaguers such as Brian Wilson continue to struggle. The young bats continue...Show More Summary