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Mike Love Wants Brian Wilson Back in the Beach Boys
Last year, as the Beach Boys' 50th-anniversary tour wrapped up, Mike Love announced that the group would be hitting the road again, but without original members Al Jardine, David Marks and leader Brian Wilson. This pretty much amounted to being fired, Wilson said at the time. ''I don't know how that sacking controversy started," Love recently told The Daily Star. "I'd love to work with B
The Beach Boys Announce 50th Anniversary Tour DVD
The Beach Boys captured highlights of their 50th anniversary tour for a new DVD and Blu-ray set to be released on Nov. 20. 'The Beach Boys: Live in Concert -- 50th Anniversary Tour' features 21 well-known hits and new songs from their 'That's Why God Made the Radio' album released earlier this year.
New Music Tuesday – KISS: ‘Monster’, and More…
Just because the artists we cover on Oldiez 96 have been around for decades doesn't mean they're down and out and many are still putting out new music or compilations. Each Tuesday we're going to highlight the new efforts of these music veterans and here's a snapshot of what's going on in the classic genre for the week:
Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson: ‘It Sort of Feels Like We’re Being Fired’
The Beach Boys reunion hit a snag when vocalist Mike Love decided to keep the band out on tour this fall, but not with the full lineup. Brian Wilson is one of the three members who toured this summer but who weren't invited to be part of the fall run, and the co-vocalist has responded to Love's comments that he didn't "fire" the other members.
Beach Boys’ Mike Love Plans Tour Without Key Band Members
The final notes are set to ring out on the Beach Boys' 50th Anniversary Tour this week in London, but discontent is starting to set in amidst talk that singer Mike Love intends to tour under the Beach Boys name without guitarists Al Jardine and David Marks and co-vocalist Brian Wilson.

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