Does Michael Sheen know his own career? Watch the video. During the summer of , one of pop-rock's most enduring bands - The Beach Boys - reunited for what was reported at the time to be one final tour. The concert film in this release features songs taken from a number of perform.
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Hide Caption. Beach Boys through the years — The Beach Boys pose for a photo in Beach Boys through the years — Carl Wilson performs guitar and vocals and Dennis Wilson drums in a live performance, July The Beach Boys are celebrating their 50th anniversary, along with Dodger Stadium. Story highlights Beach Boys concluding 50th anniversary year Band's distinctive sound has permeated pop culture Band has known its share of setbacks, but music is immortal. It was followed by the world and the surf, little birds and good vibrations, girls and cars and fun, fun, fun. On Tuesday, Capitol Records releases "Made in California," a Beach Boys boxed set that wraps up the legendary band's 50th anniversary year. The set includes all the hits, of course -- "Surfin' USA," "I Get Around," "Help Me Rhonda," "Good Vibrations," "Do It Again," ad glorious infinitum -- but also a variety of hidden gems, including tracks from the "Smile" sessions which finally saw the light of day in late , demos, alternate takes and even an essay Brian Wilson wrote in
Mike Love and Al Jardine hinted at a possible Beach Boys 60th anniversary reunion tour, set for next year. The surviving members of the Beach Boys have been touring in two competing camps since the bitter conclusion of their 50th-anniversary tour in , but Mike Love told Rolling Stone he is open to the idea of another reunion — this time for the 60th anniversary. We will continue thinking about stuff like that and see what we can do. Next year would mark the 60th anniversary of the formation of the group. The idea of a 60th anniversary tour first surfaced in March, when Al Jardine told Chicago Concert Reviews that another reunion tour was a strong possibility.
Plenty of Beach Boys fans are disappointed with the way the band's much-ballyhooed 50th-anniversary tour, which ended with Brian Wilson , Al Jardine and David Marks "fired" from the lineup, and Mike Love continuing to perform with his own version of the group. But as it turns out, Love has been feeling pretty let down about their reunion almost since it started. Asked about his recent hopeful remarks about another reunion with Wilson, he cautioned, "It will happen only if I can do it with people who I trusted and liked and were honorable.