The Beach Boys set to visit UK for reunion tour


American boy band the Beach Boys are now all set to visit UK. The visit by the surviving members of the American group, will be a part of their reunion tour.

So far the band has announced one UK concert which will be held at London’s Wembley Arena on September 2012. The 50th Anniversary world tour of the group began in Arizona in the month of April.

It also marked the first time Brian Wilson toured with the group since the 60s. The songs of the group like ‘Surfin USA’ and ‘Good Vibrations’, has made them one of the most influential acts in the rock and pop genre.

Wilson is at present touring with the other members like Mike Love and Al Jardine. David Marks and Bruce Johnston, who have also been associated with the group for decades, will also be a part of the line up. The Wilson brothers Dennis and Carl, who are considered as one of the original members of the Beach Boys died in 1983 and 1998 respectively. But the success of the band went down as Wilson suffered from psychological problems and drug use. With this tensions also rose to the succession of legal wrangles in the band.