ROGER WILLIAMS UNIVERSITY TO HONOR THE BEACH BOYS On Thursday, September 21, 2017, The Beach Boys are being honored by Roger Williams University for a significant historic event in their career — the band's concert on September 22, 1971 at The Ramada Inn in Portsmouth, RI.The concert was the first-ever appearance of South African BBs Ricky Faatar and Blondie Chaplin in the band.13th: “Hey Boys & Girls, I am feeling a little under the weather, but I'll be back on the stage before you know it.

There will be a Q&A, some cool memorabilia, and a photo op! ESQ accepts Paypal payments; for more information, visit the ESQ website.

Check out Mike Love's website (, a compilation of archival Beach Boys tracks and Brian Wilson productions for other acts. For sample issue prices, please see ESQ's archive of back issues in pdf format.

The book is available in soft-cover for $35 plus shipping, and in a very limited signed hardcover edition for $55 plus shipping.

It's only available directly from Sharp, email him at BRUCE JOHNSTON BACK ON TOUR FOLLOWING BRIEF HIATUS Bruce Johnston posted the following on Mike Love's Facebook page on Sept.

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Please email NEW BB GRANDCHILD Congratulations to the extended Wilson family on the birth of Wade Benjamin Wilson, born to Britta and Justyn Wilson on March 31, 2017. Mike's book will be available in hardback, ebook, and audiobook (read by Mike) in CD and digital formats.

Wade is Beach Boy Carl Wilson and Annie Wilson-Karges' grandson. The film features interviews with Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston, and David Marks, and will explore “the story of the creation of the record that cemented The Beach Boys' reputation as a leading force to rival The Beatles.” Watch the teaser trailer. Brian's book, titled album, is now available in wide release in both CD/DVD combo and Blu-Ray packages.

Glen hosted his own TV show in the early '70s and was a multiple Grammy winner.