The Beach Boys might never stop touring. After 57 years as one of the most iconic bands in the United States pop scene, Mike Love's version of the band is hitting towns all over America, almost non-stop, and that will continue on into 2019.
Love, now 77-years-old and showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon, will lead his version of The Beach Boys into 2019 with two shows in Florida and then a trip to the United Kingdom to follow that. Those concerts include stops in Clearwater (buy tickets here), Orlando (buy tickets here) and Melbourne (buy tickets here) before the band heads to London for a pair of shows at the Royal Albert Hall.
Mike Love hasn't stopped making music either, releasing his second solo album in 2017 titled Unleash the Love. He also has a biography he leased in 2016 titled "Good Vibrations: My Life as a Beach Boy," which happened to coincide with founder Brian Wilson's "I Am Brian Wilson" autobiography. The two men have been at odds and both have toured as The Beach Boys over the years.
The last Beach Boys studio album hit in 2012 titled That's Why God Made the Radio, although the band has also released a classic live album every year since 2013 -- each new live album from exactly 50 years before.