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We’ve all felt that sensation, where hearing an old song can transport you back in time. And for those of us of a certain age, there is the larger, deeper, version where listening to new music from an artist we’ve followed since we were young, can touch a special place in our souls, and resonate more greatly than almost anything else. 804 more words

Album Review | Brian Wilson | "No Pier Pressure"

Brian Wilson
No Pier Pressure
Rating: 6.3

Fifty-two years after his first recording ever, Brian Wilson’s career is seeing a new resurgence, partially due to his biopic Love & Mercy hitting theaters this June, partially due to his highly anticipated autobiography to be released this fall, but primarily due to his newest solo venture, No Pier Pressure. 710 more words

2015

Brian Wilson doubts he will ever tour again as part of Beach Boys

NEW YORK — While Brian Wilson doesn’t plan to officially reunite with the surviving members of the Beach Boys, having an old friend sing on a new record certainly provided a comfort zone. 443 more words

Entertainment

WITHOUT PEER

Brian Wilson’s No Pier Pressure, Rich Paschall

When the Beach Boys finally got back together in 2012 for a 50th Anniversary Tour, Brian Wilson, the musical genius behind the sound, agreed to sign on.  849 more words

Music

Beach Boys’ Legend Brian Wilson Announces Philadelphia Show

Brian Wilson, the legendary creative genius behind most of the Beach Boys’ classic songs has just announced a performance at the Mann Music Center on, Monday, June 29. 281 more words

Features

Brian Wilson's No Pier Pressure Out

The new Brian Wilson album, No Pier Pressure, is out.  I can’t wait to hear it.  I am a Brian Wilson and Beach Boys fanatic.   48 more words

Music

Brian Wilson Reunites with Al Jardine, Blondie Chaplin for ‘Sail Away': Listen

By Courtney E. Smith

On “Sail Away,” Brian Wilson reunites with a few other Beach Boys for a retro sound, complete with “Sloop John B” musical call-backs for fans of the band. 143 more words

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