Brian Wilson and co add a second London date to their European tour
The Beach Boys have announced a second UK show for later this year.
The band, who announced that they had reformed to celebrate their 50th anniversary last December, will play London’s Royal Albert Hall on September 27.
The new show is the second London date of the band’s full European tour, which will also see them play London’s Wembley Arena on September 28.
The Beach Boys, who now consist of Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston and David Marks, released their 29th studio album ‘That’s Why God Made The Radio’ on June 4. Scroll down and click below to watch the band talking about the album and its title track.
‘That’s Why God Made The Radio’ is the first album to feature all of the band’s surviving original members since 1963, and has been produced by Brian Wilson and executive produced by Mike Love.
The Beach Boys formed in 1961 and enjoyed huge success throughout the following decades. Wilson last performed with The Beach Boys during the making of their 1996 album ‘Stars And Stripes Vol 1’, and has toured as a solo artist since. Two former founding members, Dennis and Carl Wilson, died in 1983 and 1998 respectively.
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