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Beach Boys children form a new band

Following in their parents footsteps, members of the Wilson, Love and Jardine families have formed a new band, according to Rolling Stone. The line-up for the band, called California Saga, features Brian Wilson's daughters, Carnie and Wendy, Carl Wilson's son, Justyn, Dennis Wilson's son, Carl B. Wilson, Mike Love's son and daughter, Christian and Ambha and Al Jardine's sons, Matt and Adam. The lineup will also include guitarist Billy Hinsche, Carl Wilson's brother-in-law, who toured with the Beach Boys for decades.

Mike Love plans Beach Boys shows without Brian Wilson

Mike Love has apparently booked Autumn dates with his touring version of the Beach Boys, without the group's other principal founding members. The reunited Beach Boys are currently in the middle of a 50th anniversary tour. But, according to Rolling Stone, Love is already planning his own shows, including South America in October. When asked by Rolling Stone whether he was aware of Love's plans, Brian Wilson said: "I wasn't aware that Mike had some shows in South America. News to me."

The Beach Boys announce new UK show for September

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.

Beastie Boys’ Ad Rock to DJ fundraiser for Russian punks Pussy Riot

Beastie Boys member Ad Rock is set to perform in public for the first time since the death of bandmate MCA. Ad Rock - aka Adam Horovitz - will DJ tonight (June 12) at Death by Audio in Brooklyn, New York at a fundraising event for the Russian punk band Pussy Riot, reports Rolling Stone.

The Making Of… The Beach Boys’ ‘Good Vibrations’

The reunited Beach Boys' return to the stage is reviewed in the latest issue of Uncut, out now – and as their new album "That's Why God Made The Radio" is also fresh in shops, it seemed time to revisit this piece from Uncut's June 2007 issue (Take 121)… Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Al Jardine guide us through their perfect ‘pocket symphony’, three minutes and thirty-six seconds of avant-garde pop. Interviews and intro by Rob Hughes. ________________________________

Beastie Boys’ Adam Yauch honoured by New York State Senate

Beastie Boys' Adam Yauch has been honoured by the local government in his home state of New York. Yauch, who was also known as MCA, was diagnosed with cancer in 2009 and succumbed to the disease earlier this month, aged 47. The rapper, who grew up in New York and lived there throughout his life, was honoured by the city's state senate on Tuesday [May 15].

Beastie Boys hit with lawsuit one day before Adam Yauch’s death

Beastie Boys were hit with a lawsuit over alleged undeclared samples the day before Adam Yauch passed away, it has been revealed. Yauch, who was also known as MCA, was diagnosed with cancer in 2009 and succumbed to the disease on Friday [May 4], aged 47. US record label Tuf America had submitted a lawsuit against the band the day before (May 3) which alleges that they illegally sampled 1980s outfit Trouble Funk's "Say What" and "Drop The Bomb" on four of their early tunes.
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