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Beach Boys’ 50th anniversary reunion? Don’t bet on it
Rolling Stone quotes former Beach Boy Al Jardine saying that the surviving original members of the group will reunite for at least one concert in 2011 to mark the 50th anniversary of the bandís first release, ìSurfiní.î
But thatís news both to Mike Love, the founding member who controls rights to the Beach Boys name, and to Brian Wilson, the groupís creative mastermind who has pursued a variety of ambitious solo projects and tours over the last decade.
Wilsonís manager, Jean Sievers, told The Times this week that he has no plans for Beach Boys reunion activities — and Rolling Stone quotes her to that effect — and that he is focusing his attention on his forthcoming solo album ìBrian Wilson Reimagines George Gershwin,î in which he has recorded his versions of several Gershwin classics and completed two song fragments left behind by the composer at his death in 1937.
Love also issued a statement recently regarding Beach Boys’ 50th anniversary reunion rumors, stating:
The Beach Boys continue to tour approximately 150 shows a year in multiple countries. At this time there are no plans for my cousin Brian to rejoin the tour. He has new solo projects on the horizon and I wish him love and success. We have had some discussions of writing and possibly recording together, but nothing has been planned.