Brian Wilson

Brian Wilson covers George Harrison at tribute gig – watch

A host of musicians including Brian Wilson, Wayne Coyne and Norah Jones all paid tribute to the late George Harrison at a special tribute concert last night (September 28). Scroll down to watch Brian Wilson cover "My Sweet Lord".

Brian Wilson and The Strokes to pay tribute to George Harrison at George Fest

Brian Wilson and members of The Strokes are among the artists who will pay tribute to George Harrison at tribute concert George Fest: A Night To Honour The Music Of George Harrison this month.

Brian Wilson, Jeff Beck to host Rock ‘N’ Roll Fantasy Camp

The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson and Jeff Beck are to host a Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy Camp in Las Vegas. The 'camp' takes place from April 18-21 at the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, where attendees will learn songwriting tips from the legendary Beach Boys singer and guitar lessons from Jeff Beck. In addition to practicing and recording music with the two legends, the 'campers' will also get the chance to perform at MGM Grand's Rouge Lounge at the end of the four-day session. There will also be an attendees-only gig by Brian Wilson.

Brian Wilson says ‘no’ to another Beach Boys reunion

Brian Wilson has said that he doubts there will be another reunion of The Beach Boys. Wilson was speaking on Sunday (February 10) at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles. When asked about the possibility of a reunion - following last year's 50th anniversary tour dates and the release of a brand new album 'That's Why God Made The Radio' - Wilson told the press room: "No, I don't think so. Doubt it."

March 2013

In this month's Audience With Sinéad O'Connor, she's asked about her traumatic appearance at the all-star bash at New York's Madison Square Garden, put on by Columbia Records to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Dylan's debut album for the label.

Brian Wilson – Album By Album

The reunited Beach Boys' new concert DVD is reviewed in the latest issue of Uncut (dated January 2013, out now) – so it seemed like a good time to revisit this fascinating piece from our October 2006 issue (Take 113). We were talking to Wilson, primarily, to discuss the 40th anniversary of Pet Sounds, reissued in deluxe format that month. But Wilson agreed to revisit five other pivotal Beach Boys albums, too. “If you’re a young guy or girl going out and buying Pet Sounds for the first time, you’re gonna be knocked out when you hear it, right?” Words: Rob Hughes
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