Formed in Hawthorne, California back in 1961, The Beach Boys became one of the most successful American bands of all time. In an interview with Consequence, the band’s original member Al Jardine said that he is still trying to make a reunion of the band happen.
The band is currently touring but the only original member is singer Mike Love that is accompanied by the classic member Bruce Johnston.
Al Jardine says he still trying to make a Beach Boys reunion happen
“It’d be nice to have a reunion. I bug them about it once every couple of weeks until they are sick of hearing from me, I think. See, they have Mike Love out there. So as long as he is out there celebrating the 60th anniversary or Sounds of Summer, they don’t need the rest of us [laughs]. Isn’t that ironic?”
“Thanks Iconic, thanks for having us on your label. It’s a little bit of a… it’s a cheat. But it works for them, it just doesn’t work for us. And let that be a little message to my partners over there. I mean, our business partners. I think they should know that. So I think they know they know that, but do they know that I know that? [laughs] Anyways…”
Brian Wilson (Featuring Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin) next tour dates
The tour is co-headlined by Chicago in June and July.
- 28 – Tampa, FL, United States
- 29 – Alpharetta, GA, United States
- 1 – Charlotte, NC, United States
- 10 – Mansfield, MA, United States
- 11 – Holmdel, NJ, United States
- 13 – Camden, NJ, United States
- 14 – Bethel, NY, United States
- 15 – Wantagh, NY, United States
- 17 – Saratoga Springs, NY,
- 20 – Noblesville, IN, United States
- 22 – Burgettstown, PA, United States
- 23 – Cincinnati, OH, United States
- 24 – Tinley Park, IL, United States
- 26 – Clarkston, MI, United States
- 21 – Knoxville, TN, United States
- 22 – Nashville, TN, United States
- 24 – Johnson City, TN, United States