Brian Wilson Basks in the Warmth of the California Sun This Month With Several Special Events & Concerts Around the Release of His New ‘That Lucky Old Sun’ DVD
Wilson’s SoCal Appearances Include ‘An Evening With Brian Wilson’ at GRAMMY Museum, Three Guitar Center Autograph Events, Concerts at The Wiltern in LA and San Diego’s House Of Blues, and World Premiere of New Documentary at
Wilson will autograph copies of his That Lucky Old Sun DVD plus one additional flat item for each fan at three Southern California Guitar Center locations this month. On
Tickets are on-sale now for two
A companion to Wilson’s critically-acclaimed That Lucky Old Sun album, released
That Lucky Old Sun has received rave reviews from top music magazines including Rolling Stone, Spin, MOJO, and Uncut, with Rolling Stone praising the album as “Brian’s strongest new work in years.” Wilson and his band completed a November tour of the new album to 11 major U.S. cities that earned accolades from fans and the media alike.
The dawning of a new
Lyrically and in Wilson’s incomparably lush, evocative arrangements, That Lucky Old Sun adds a new chapter to Wilson’s conceptual presentations. Pitchfork Media‘s album review rates Wilson’s That Lucky Old Sun as “his finest non-Smile album since the golden age of the Beach Boys,” and adds, “That Lucky Old Sun neatly closes the circle he began drawing in 1961 with the single ‘Surfin’,’ returning him to an idealized
For more information, visit www.ThatLuckyOldSun.net, an interactive webpage devoted to the album and DVD.
Following numerous nominations, Wilson won a well-deserved Grammy Award for Best Rock Instrumental Performance (2004) for “Mrs. O’Leary’s Cow” and he was inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2006. Last December, he was feted as a leading cultural icon by The Kennedy Center Honors alongside
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