The legend brings the sunshine to Scotland

Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson brought the sunshine to T In The Park tonight (July 7), playing a set littered with classics by his old band.

It was a singalong from start to finish when the star headlined in the Pet Sounds Arena, a tent named after the band’s best loved album.

Wilson even managed to get the delirious punters to sing along to a short version of the nursery rhyme ‘Row, Row, Row Your Boat’.

The classics reeled out in a mammoth 25-song set included ‘California Girls’, ‘I Get Around’, ‘Surfin’ USA’ and the ‘Pet Sounds’ classics ‘God Only Knows’, ‘Sloop John B’ and ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’.

Wilson also threw in a cover of Chuck Berry‘s rock ‘n’ roll classic ‘Johnny B Goode’.

The set was:

‘Do It Again’

‘Catch A Wave’

‘Dance Dance Dance’

‘Then I Kissed Her’

‘Hawaii’

‘In My Room’

‘Little Surfer Girl’

‘Wendy’

‘When I Grow Up To Be A Man’

‘Do You Wanna Dance’

‘I Get Around’

‘Sloop John B’

‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’

‘God Only Knows’

‘Add Some Music To Your Day’

‘Heroes And Villains’

‘Marcella’

‘California Girls’

‘Help Me Rhonda’

‘Good Vibrations’

‘Johnny B Goode’

‘Barbara Ann’

‘Surfin’ USA’

‘Fun Fun Fun’

‘Love And Mercy’

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