A TV particular to mark the 60th anniversary of the Seashore Boys might quickly be within the works, in keeping with band co-founder Al Jardine.
The group will have fun 60 years since they began this 12 months, and Jardine advised Rolling Stone that though a full commemorative tour was unlikely, he was eager to mark the event.
“Nicely, not a (large) tour. We’ll hit some crucial … 10 or 20 areas of the world. Who is aware of, possibly we’ll get fortunate and have a renaissance, and current a few of this nice materials once more,” he mused.
“It’s troublesome to say, but it surely is smart. I do know there’s one thing within the works. I simply can’t let you know when or the place,” the singer went on.
Requested a few TV particular, Jardine responded: “We’d prefer to discover that chance.”
“It’s at all times good to have the ability to stay up for one thing optimistic now, particularly popping out of this horrendous 12 months, to deliver some stunning, contemporary, optimistic music to the world once more,” he mentioned.
The band have taken on advisors to assist them discover all choices when it comes to their profession.
And whereas two of the Seashore Boys’ founding members, Dennis and Carl Wilson, are not alive, one of many different surviving members – Brian Wilson – is unaware of any anniversary plans.
“There may be nothing on the desk at this level,” Jean Sievers, Wilson’s supervisor, acknowledged, including: “Nobody has spoken to us about it or reached out.”