His appearance on Larry King is now scheduled for August 19th!

Brian Wilson to ‘Smile’ on American Audiences
NEW YORK (Billboard) – Former Beach Boys mastermind Brian Wilson will bring his long-awaited “Smile” live performances to the North America this fall, after debuting the “lost masterpiece” in concert in the United Kingdom and Europe earlier this year.
The tour will kick off Sept. 30 at the Orpheum Theater in Minneapolis, with 21 dates announced so far.
Shows are scheduled through Nov. 2 at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and include a two-night stand at New York’s famed Carnegie Hall.
A re-recorded version of the album will be released Sept. 28 on Nonesuch Records. “Smile” was intended as the follow-up to the Beach Boys’ classic 1966 album “Pet Sounds,” but the sessions were cut short and the project abandoned. It has since grown in cult status as one of rock’s most notorious “lost” albums.
In concert, Wilson performs the reconstituted album in its entirety with his 10-piece band and a strings-and-brass ensemble. He’ll also perform a separate set of Beach Boys and solo tunes, including material from his most recent solo album “Gettin’ in Over My Head” (Rhino).
Wilson is also scheduled to appear Aug. 19 on CNN’s “Larry King Live.”