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Beach Boys' Brian Wilson plays mammoth 'Greatest Hits' show in London Get Tickets

Legend plays songs spanning his entire career

Brian Wilson has announced a handful of UK dates for the summer, at which he will preview material from his new concept album. The former Beach Boys mastermind will preview 'That Lucky Old Sun' at the gigs in Ipswich and London before its release on September 1. Pic: www.rmusic.co.uk
Brian Wilson played a mammoth ‘greatest hits’ show in London last night (September 3).

The Beach Boys legend performed a 38-song set at the London Roundhouse, performing songs spanning his entire career – including the first tune he ever wrote, 'Surfer Girl', and a series of selections from his last album, 2008's 'That Lucky Old Sun'.

The biggest cheers were reserved for the trio of songs Wilson and his band performed from The Beach Boys' landmark 1966 album 'Pet Sounds''Sloop John B', 'Wouldn't It Be Nice' and 'God Only Knows', the last of which received a lengthy ovation from the sold-out crowd.

Brian Wilson played:

'Do It Again'
'Dance, Dance, Dance'
'Girl Don't Tell Me'
'Then I Kissed Her'
'In My Room'
'Salt Lake City’
'Custom Machine'
'Soul Searchin''
'Desert Drive'
'Please Let Me Wonder'
'Don't Worry Baby'
'I Get Around'
'Sail On Sailor'
'Marcella'
'Roll Around Heaven'
'California Girls'
'The Little Girl I Once Knew'
'Your Imagination'
'All Summer Long'
'Shut Down'
'Little Deuce Coupe'
'Add Some Music To Your Day'
'Do You Wanna Dance?'
'Sloop John B'
'Wouldn’t It Be Nice'
'God Only Knows'
'Midnight's Another Day'
'That Lucky Old Sun'
'Going Home'
'Southern California'
'Good Vibrations'
'Surfer Girl'
'Johnny B Goode'
'Help Me Rhonda'
'Barbara Ann'
'Surfin' USA'
'Fun Fun Fun'
'Love And Mercy'




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