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Plus: Kurt Vile, Sigur Rós, a Jeff Beck tribute with Buddy Guy, and a Star Trek live score.
An eclectic group of musicians – including Brian Wilson, Norah Jones, the Flaming Lips and "Weird Al" Yankovic – united for 2014's George Fest, a concert event honoring the late George Harrison. Spoon's Britt Daniel paid tribute with a dynamic live performance of the Beatles' "I Me Mine," a Harrison-penned classic...
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Completely shattering the world of music half a century ago, Pet Sounds was the blueprint for the entire psychedelic rock sound.
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This year marks the 50th anniversary of the legendary Beach Boys album Pet Sounds, and to celebrate the occasion Brian Wilson is going on a world tour. Once the tour’s done, though, he’ll be dropping his wishes that he were older and packing up his sloop, because these shows will apparently be the final times he ever performs Pet Sounds. Show More Summary
Beach Boys founding member and creative leader Brian Wilson will undertake a 2016 world tour celebrating this year’s 50th anniversary of the release of his group’s widely hailed 1966 masterpiece, “Pet Sounds,” during which the album will be performed in its entirety. The tour is scheduled to open...
LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 12: Musician Brian Wilson performs at Roadside Attraction's 'Love and Mercy' DVD release and music celebration with Brian Wilson at the Vibrato Jazz Club on October 12, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images) If you’re a fan of the Beach Boys’ classic [...]
photo: The Zombies in NYC in 2015 (more by PSquared) It's a good day to be a fan of classic sunshine pop. Brian Wilson already announced a Pet Sounds tour, and now The Zombies announced dates too. Their schedule doesn't...
The legendary Beach Boys front man Brian Wilson is planning on a world tour to perform songs from the album Pet Sounds for the last time. According to News Week, the 73-year-old singer and songwriter is embarking on the tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of what is arguably the Beach Boys’ most famous album.... Show More Summary
The musician will play the classic album in full one last time.
Pet Sounds—the iconic Beach Boys album featuring timeless hits like "Wouldn't It Be Nice," "God Only Knows" and "Sloop John B"—was released in May 1966. To celebrate the album's 50th anniversary, Brian Wilson has announced a world tour...Show More Summary
Brian Wilson has announced a world tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds. According to Wilson’s official website, it will be the last time he performs the Beach Boys album live. The tour kicks off at the end of March in Australia, and includes a performance at Primavera Festival. Check out the dates […]
The 50th anniversary of The Beach Boys’ beloved and immensely influential Pet Sounds falls on May 16, 2016, and Brian Wilson has announced that he’ll be honoring the golden milestone by touring the album — playing the whole thing live across over 50 just-announced dates — and then allegedly never playing it again. …Read More
As indicated by earlier festival dates and performances that have popped and gone on sale, Brian Wilson has now officially announced a world tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds – the 1966 landmark Beach Boys album largely...Show More Summary
Brian Wilson has announced a massive world tour to honor the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds, the Beach Boys' groundbreaking 1966 LP. The 70-plus date trek begins March 26th in Auckland, Australia, progressing through Japan and Europe. The American leg begins June 14th in Burlington, Vermont, running until late July and...
The Beach Boys' classic Pet Sounds turns 50 this year. The band's mastermind Brian Wilson already announced that he'd be playing it in full at the Primavera Sound and Levitation festivals, and now he's announced a full tour of...
Beach Boys mastermind will be performing the legendary album for the final time.
Photo via Brian Wilson's website Brian Wilson has announced a world tour to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Pet Sounds. It opens March 26 in Auckland, Australia, before moving through Japan, Europe and, in June, to the U.S. Head to...Show More Summary