Seashore Boys stars mulling over 60th-anniversary reunion tour - Music Information

Cousins Mike Love and Brian Wilson are near placing their variations apart for one more Seashore Boys reunion tour.

The surviving members of the group have been touring individually in two Seashore Boys bands since their 50th-anniversary tour led to 2012, however Love tells Rolling Stone he's open to the concept of one other get collectively to mark the 60th anniversary of the band's first hit in 2021.

"I’m not in opposition to something like that," he says. “Something that’s inventive and finished for optimistic causes is sweet with me. We'll proceed fascinated about stuff like that and see what we will do.”

Al Jardine has already made it clear he is up for a reunion, telling Chicago Live performance Opinions in March, "Oh, it should occur. We’ll in all probability do about 20 or 30 (exhibits) collectively subsequent 12 months.”

Love provides, "He (Jardine) and I've spoken, however not about that particularly. Al’s a very good singer, however he’s been travelling and performing with Brian Wilson (and) Brian has some severe well being points."

Wilson has but to remark publicly on the opportunity of one other reunion and his supervisor, Jean Sievers, insists he hasn't been approached a couple of 60th-anniversary tour."

Wilson postponed a 2019 tour as a result of psychological well being points, however he performed a handful of exhibits earlier this 12 months.

In the meantime, Love lately launched an uplifting new tune to boost followers' spirits amid the coronavirus doom and gloom. He wrote This Too Shall Move as "a enjoyable option to encourage positivity throughout this unprecedented time".

The tune, that includes actor pal John Stamos on drums, dropped on 1 Might (20) and proceeds from obtain gross sales will profit Feeding America's COVID-19 Response Fund to assist meals banks throughout the nation as they help communities impacted by the pandemic.

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