Music Legend Brian Willson Returns to Syracuse

"Beach Boys" Legend's Final "Pet Sounds" Tour

"Beach Boys" music legend Brian Wilson has drawn thousands of people to his concerts over the years, including more than 19,000 to Chevy Court at the 2016 New York State Fair.

One again, Wilson will bring his "Pet Sounds" 50th Anniversary World Tour to include a final stop in Syracuse on Sunday, October 1st.

Wilson's career extends more than five decades.  "Pet Sounds" is universally hailed as one of the greatest albums of all time.
 During a break in the tour, Wilson told us by phone that he didn't know the magnitude or the success that the album would bring, but he is grateful to be able share all of his music including that album with fans of all generations.
Wilson notably wrote, arranged and produced "Pet Sounds," rewriting all the rules for rock 'n' roll. The album features a dozen originals, including some of the Beach Boys' most popular songs...  "God Only Knows," "Caroline No," and "Wouldn't it be Nice."  Wilson said the latter is his favorite song because "It's a happy song and makes people happy."
At 75 years old, Brian Wilson said he's thrilled to be able to bring his songs and style of music back to Syracuse and said singing for his fans is the best part.  As he was at the State Fair, Wilson will be joined by special guests Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin.
The Beach Boys' Brian Wilson will bring one of the final performances of his "Pet Sounds" tour to the Crouse Hinds Theater at Oncenter, Sunday at 7:30 p.m.  
Tickets are on sale now through Ticketmaster and The Solvay Bank Box Office at The War Memorial.   And we'll have more of our conversation with Brian Wilson, this Thursday at 10:00 a.m on "Bridge Street."

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