With anticipation high following the Beach Boys reunion for their 50th anniversary of existence, London can now get in on the excitement after it's been announced that the legendary surf-pop group will be calling in at the UK capital on their jaunt on September 28th 2012. It is the first time since their front man Brian Wilson toured with the group since their heyday in the 1960s, according to the Bbc.
The line-up on this tour will be as complete as possible, given the deaths of Wilson's brothers Dennis and Carl in 1983 and 1998 respectively. Fellow founding members Mike Love and Al Jardine will both be in the party, whilst Bruce Johnstone and David Marks, who've been associated with the band for decades, will also be appearing. The group's comeback is no nostalgia fest either, with a new album,' 'That's Why God Made Radio' in shops next week.
The group are currently touring their homeland of the US, and will be going to Canada too. From there, they'll travel to Europe, Japan and Singapore - a substantial jaunt for the ageing stars. The excitement for it has been massive however, with many eager to here classics like 'Surfin' Usa' and 'Good Vibrations' performed again by Wilson, Love and Jardine in particular.