July 24, 2002 14:57


Brian will be touring America beforehand...

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BRIAN WILSON and Paul McCartney are playing at the second annual OPEN HEARTS, CLEAR MINDS charity concert at the CENTURY PLAZA hotel in LOS ANGELES on September 18.

Paul McCartney's wife, Heather Mills, is involved in organising the gig, for which ticket prices start at $500 each and go up to $100,000. The top price secures two tables for 10 people, two seats at the head table and VIP access.

Wilson precedes the concert with a short American tour promoting his 'Pet Sounds Live' album, which was recorded during his performances at the Royal Festival Hall in London earlier this year. According to www.brianwilson.com, the former [a][/a] will play:

Chicago House Of Blues (August 14)
Boston Avalon Ballroom (16)
Philadelphia Theatre Of Living Arts (18)
New York BB King's Blues Club (19, 20)

Following these dates, Wilson will undertake a brief tour of Australia and Hawaii. See www.brianwilson.com for a complete itinerary and ticketing information.

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