LOS ANGELES – July 24, 2018 –Members of the iconic classic rock group The Beach Boys will participate in an “intimate” Town Hall-style Q&A session in Hollywood on July 30.
Fittingly, the Town Hall will take place at the Capitol Records Tower, the home of the band’s first major label affiliation and the studio where they recorded some of their early material.
The session will be moderated by actor, director, producer, and writer Rob Reiner and include founding Beach Boys members Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and David Marks along with long time Beach Boy, Bruce Johnston. The ‘Boys’ will answer questions from Reiner, as well as fans about their career, and upcoming album The Beach Boys with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
The Q&A session part of satellite broadcaster SiriusXM’s “Town Hall” series and will be open to the service’s subscribers.
“The entire The Beach Boys band and organization is looking forward to this SiriusXM Town Hall. It will be an historic event, as five band members gather for a conversation with their fans and Rob Reiner. They have not all been in the same place since their 50th anniversary shows in 2012. This is a rare and special moment for the band and SiriusXM listeners. It’s been a pleasure working with SiriusXM to make this happen,” the band’s manager Jerry Schilling said.
The Q&A also marks the recent launch of “Good Vibrations” a channel dedicated to all things Beach Boys on SiriusXM.