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Jan 16 1963-The BBs recorded an acetate of Lana and Farmers Daughter at Radio Recorders in Hollywood.  There is a copy that was made in NY the “Johnny Dew” record, that led some writers to erroneously suggest that the BBs were in NY on “an east coast tour” at the time (unfortunately including the recent book on Murry by Stephen McParland) but the BBs did not make it to NYC for the first time till the end of August 1963 and the only place they played outside California in Jan 1963 was in Arizona! Two days later Brian recorded the track for the Bob and Sheri tune “Ride Away”, also at Radio Recorders.

Jan 13, 1964-The BBs landed in Sydney Australia to begin their first overseas tour with Roy Orbison, who’d recently toured in the UK with the Beatles, The Surfaris, a mainly instrumental surf band, famous for their hit recording “Wipe Out,” Paul and Paula, a duo from Texas that had hit it big with “Hey Paula” and “Young Lovers” and the Joy Boys, an Australian surf music group who had scored on the local charts with “Murphie the Surfie”.  They played the Festival Hall in Brisbane on Jan 15. The Brisbane Courier Mail reported that, “Festival Hall last night nearly lost its roof...after what was the wildest show it has ever had.”  The BBs returned to Sydney to play two nights at the Sydney Stadium on Jan 17 and 18. The local radio station recorded three songs, “Papa Oom Mow Mow”, “Little Deuce Coupe” and “What’d I Say”.  The BBs version of “What’d I Say” was released in 1981 on the Australian Rarities album. The BBs than played at the Centennial Hall in Adelaide on Jan 20 and then two nights at the Festival Hall, Melbourne on Jan 21 and 22. The Melbourne Herald reported that “the Surfies were in full swing as the top American guitar and vocal groups, the Surfaris and the Beach Boys, followed suit.  The Surfaris, surprisingly un-bronzed under the bright lights, tested our eardrums with their guitars and cymbals: the Beach Boys, looking less beachy than even the Surfaris, presented surf songs that reached top notch on the American charts.
 
On January 23, 1964 the BBs appeared at the Town Hall in Hobart and then returned to Sydney the next day to tape the Surf Sound TV Show, where they mimed to Surfer Girl (Aired Feb 1) and Little Deuce Coupe (Aired Feb Cool- The they flew to Wellington, NZ and the following morning on to Invercargill, NZ where they had a meet and greet at the airport at 1130 AM on Jan 25 before playing the Civic Theatre that night.  The Southland Daily News reviewer reported that “The Beach Boys were quite an entertaining group and their surfin’ numbers went across well.  Even though they were an almost identical combination to ‘The Surfaris’ they overshadowed them somewhat.  The group’s saxophonist was humorous and during his version of ‘The Monster Mash’ he had the audience rollicking.” The next day the tour flew to Christchurch, where they played two nights.  The Christchurch Press suggested that of the acts on the bill only Roy Orbison had real stage presence.  However, it threw faint praise at Mike, noting, “He danced and jigged in stocking feet, and achieved some strange contortions in an offbeat number called ‘Monster Mash.’ No doubt the audience wondered what the submerged words were, because the guitars drowned out everyone.  It may have been just as well, because the group hit a high proportion of wrong notes when they tried to harmonize a slow song about Graduation Day.”

Jan 15 1965- The BBs were at Western to work on the vocals for Kiss Me Baby. Three days later work was done on the track for I’m So Young. On Jan 19 1965 the band worked on vocals for Good to My Baby, Help Me Rhonda (LP Version), In the Back of My Mind, I’m so Young and Please Let Me Wonder. On Jan 27 1965 the BBs appeared at the Memorial Coliseum in Portland, OR with Dan and the Goodtimes and the Sonics.  Glen Campbell was unable to play this show and Brian, making his first appearance since his Houston breakdown, took his place.  The BBs performed dressed in yellow radio station KISN sweatshirts.  Fan David Higginbotham recalled, “They had even more hits than the last time I saw them (in May 1964) so the show was even bigger…They also had bigger and nicer amps… They had brand new Showman amps and JBL speakers.  …Carl had the 12-string guitar, which was kind of impressive.  We didn’t know quite what to make of that, because we’d never seen one before… The show was more intense and fever pitched (than previous Portland shows), with lots of girls screaming…  It was kind of like the TAMI Show scene.”

One bizarre incident occurred when it was time for Dennis to sing “The Wanderer.”  Brian usually played drums for this song, while Al played bass.  Higginbotham recalled, “When Brian removed the bass strap to go and play drums, he decided to hand the bass to Mike, so he could hand it to Al.  Mike was holding a microphone and Brian was holding the bass with his hands on the strings.  There was a ground problem between the PA and the amplifiers and when Mike grabbed the bass, they got shocked.  Brian and Mike both jumped out of their pants practically and they dropped the bass.  When it fell to the stage floor it just made this horrible super loud crashing sound. They did their best to just kind of laugh it off.” In the June 1965 fanzine, Beach Boys Scene, Earl Leaf exaggerated the story to include Mike falling to the ground and nearly being killed! 

Jan 1966-The BBs were in Japan without Brian. Dennis was not that impressed with Japan. He commented in Hit Parader that, “Tokyo is like Las Vegas. Expensive and cold.”  The set list for these concerts apparently did not vary and consisted of: “Fun, Fun, Fun”, “Hawaii”, “Surfin’ USA”, “Surfer Girl”, “Little Honda”, “Papa Oom-Mow-Mow”, “Monster Mash”, “Instrumental”, “Little Deuce Coupe”, “Barbara Ann”, “California Girls”, “I Get Around”, “Johnny B. Goode”, and “Do You Wanna Dance.” They allegedly played at the Otemachi Sankei Hall, Tokyo on Jan 15, the Shinjuku Kosei Nenkin Kaikan Hall, Tokyo on Jan 16, the Miyagi Kenmin Kaikan in Sendai on Jan 18, Sumpu Kaikan in Shizuoka on Jan 20, Yokohama Bunka Taikukan in Yokohama on January 21, Shinjuku Kousei Nenkin Hall, Tokyo on Jan 22. On the last day of the tour the BBs added a show at the Ota-Taikukan (Ota Gymnasium), which was near the airport and only attracted about twenty people due to bad promotion. The last show was at Nenkin Hall, Tokyo that night.

Following these shows, the group split up for five days of relaxation.  Carl, Al and Dennis headed to Hawaii.  Bruce, Mike and Dick Duryea, however, spent time in Hong Kong.  During their stay in the city, they went to see the Searchers, who were performing there.  Bruce told a reporter, “When we walked into the club the announcer recognized us and we had to stand up and take a bow.” To appease the media, they held a press conference at the Mandarin Hotel on January 25.  Mike and Bruce told a reporter from the China Mail that they loved Hong Kong and hoped to play there one day.  When asked why they were not playing there on this trip, they replied that they had been unable to book a hall big enough to accommodate all their fans.  Duryea noted that they “had passed through three new years and boy that was something.  We had an American style New Year in the United States, then a Japanese style one in Tokyo. In Hong Kong, we had the tail-end of the Chinese New Year and we liked it.”

Jan 20 1967- The BBs worked on Heroes and Villains at Columbia Studios but apparently this Tape is lost or was recorded over. The tape for the Jan 23 1967 Surfs Up overdub session is also missing.  On Jan 25 1967-Brian recorded Jasper Daily’s bizarre “Teeter Totter Love”, I assume as a joke.  On Jan 27 1967-the BBs had a productive day at Columbia working on Heroes and Villains “In the Cantina” portion and the “Children Were Raised”, as well as the “All Day” section and the Smile version of “Whistle In”

Late Jan 1968-The BBs were in NYC with Brian to meet Maharishi, who was in the States from Jan 19 till Jan 23 when he left for India with Mia Farrow. They were photographed with him at a hotel by Linda Eastman. Maharishi visited the UN on Jan 20 and gave a TM lecture in Madison Sq Garden (The Felt Forum) on Jan 21-which was attended by the BBs. He visited Boston on Jan 22-and Mike and possibly other BBs saw this lecture as well.  Jan 25-Dennis’ Untitled #1 track was recorded (released on the 1968 I Can Hear Music set).
Jan 16 1969-the BBs started a short tour with Joe Hicks and Tommy James and the Shondells at the Memorial Arena in Victoria, Canada (a local band called The Tunnel was also on the bill), The next night they played the Seattle Center Arena. Susan Schwartz of the Seattle Times, noted, “The Beach Boys really sing-they don’t shout or scream... Their beat and their harmony is precise.  Their music is melodic.  They don’t go in for feedback or fancy instrumental solos.  Whatever it is they’ve got, ‘Help Me Rhonda,’ and ‘I Get Around,’ and ‘Barbara Ann,’ not to mention ‘Good Vibrations’ are still catchy songs…Nine years from now, maybe the Beach Boys will be working on their 40th record album as they’re on their 20th now.”  On Jan 18 1969 they were at the Agrodome in Vancouver (local band the Winters Green also was on the bill). The tour ended at Eastern Montana College, in Billings, MT on Jan 19. Three days later the BBs were at Valentine Studios to overdub San Miguel. More sessions were held for the song at Sunset Studios on Jan 24 and 27

Jan 17 1970-the BBs worked on Take a Load Off your Feet Pete. The following two days were devoted to a new version of Back Home. On Jan 26 1970 they worked on Tears in the Morning (Overdubs on Nov 18 1969 recording), Our Sweet Love (String Overdubs on Nov 1969 recording), Lady (Overdubs on Dec 1969 recording) and take a load off Your Feet (violins). On Jan 27, 28 1970-The BBs (or at least some of them) were at Capitol Records for a mixing session for the Live in London LP. Jan 28 also found Bruce at Valentine Studios to add piano to Tears in the Morning.

Jan and Feb 1972-Al and Mike were in Majorca, Spain studying TM so not much was happening.  However, on Jan 21, 1972 Brian recorded Spark in the Dark, which may be made available this year.  Jan 1973-Another quiet period for the group but Brian traveled to Fort Dodge, Iowa with David Sandler and Spring to record tracks around this time including ‘Shyin Away’.

Jan 15, 1977 the BBs played the Olympia Stadium in Detroit with Brian, followed by two shows at the Maple Leaf Gardens in Toronto on Jan 16. They played the Montreal Forum on Jan 17. David Freeston of the Montreal Star praised their performance as “superb” and noted that as they “harmonized their way through a perfectly paced show of 30 songs, the excitement and enthusiasm gradually turned to rapture, so that by the time the group was into its second or third encore the Forum was filled with the kind of awesome din not witnessed since…the last Beach Boys’ concert here, five months ago.” They were at the Philadelphia Spectrum on Jan 18 where reviewers noted that Brian “seemed totally relaxed at his normal perch behind the grand piano- for one number he went back to playing bass-pranced around showing new energy and also a trimmed down waistline”) The tour ended with shows at the Civic Arena, Pittsburgh on Jan 19 and the Capitol Center, Largo, MD on Jan 20 and 21. The latter twos shows were some of the first filmed for Jumbotron, so that fans in the nosebleed sections could see the band up close and this footage is on Youtube. 

Jan 18, 1978-Dennis worked on Love Surrounds Me and Baby Blue, which were initially part of Bambu.  However, from Jan 20-24 1979 Love Surrounds Me was being given overdubs so it could be added to LA Light.

Jan 15-20 1980-The BBs were at the Sahara in Lake Tahoe, NV With Brian. Dennis was out of the band at this point but reportedly played part of the Jan 16 show.  Two days later the BBs were at Rumbo to work on Keepin the Summer Alive including: Goin On, Sunshine and Oh Darlin (horn overdubs) and School Day (guitar overdubs). More overdubs on those tunes followed on Jan 23, 25 and 26. On Jan 28 1980-vocal work was done on Keepin the Summer Alive and Some of Your Love.

Jan 16, 1981-The BBs played the Sports Arena in San Diego. American Spring, featuring Brian’s ex-wife and sister-in-law, opened the show and Dean Torrence joined the band for encores of "Barbara Ann" and "Fun, Fun, Fun."  Bob Laurence, of the San Diego Union, noted that Dennis was “quite disoriented, carrying on with inappropriate clowning, and in 'Wouldn't It Be Nice' bashing the drums with considerably more abandon than the song called for.”  Dennis was replaced midway through the show by Bobby Figueroa.  The next night the BBs played at UC Davis again with American Spring. Duncan Strauss, of the Davis Enterprise was unimpressed and noted, “The group played mostly early hits like “Surfer Girl,” “Help Me Rhonda,” 'Surfin,'” ''Wouldn't It Be Nice,' and 'Surfin' USA.'  The strong sense of nostalgia and the infectious rhythms of most of these classics-and the large number of people onstage contributing vocals-helped to obscure the fact that many voices in the band, most noticeably Love's and Brian Wilson's, have seriously deteriorated."

On Jan 18, 1981 the BBs were at Selland Arena in Fresno, CA The following day they were in Washington DC at DAR Constitution Hall to take part in the inaugural festivities for President Reagan.  3,000 young Republicans, including two of Vice President Bush’s sons, attended the group’s “concert for youth.”  The month ended on a down note when Dennis received a severe beating from Stan and Rocky on Super Bowl Sunday January 25. He later took them to court and got a restraining order.

Jan 15-18 1982 the BBs played at Harrah’s in Lake Tahoe with Stoddard and Cole-2 shows a night. Carl was happily absent (as he specifically expressed his distaste at the time for the Vegas/Tahoe shows) and at work on his second solo album at Cherokee Studios. Sessions were held for Time, What More Can I Say and Opus II during this period.

Jan 19, 1985- The BBs again took part in the festivities for Ronald Reagan’s second inauguration in DC-footage makes the rounds of them singing “Our Hearts Were Full of Spring” with a slimmed down Brian but this was only part of a longer set.  By this time, the BBs were beginning to slip into predicable patterns. Often, they played in Tahoe or Vegas in January. Hence from Jan 27-29, 1986-they were again at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe.

Jan 15, 1987-The BBs played a corporate show for the Sheraton World Conference in Honolulu. Brian, beginning to embark on a tentative solo career apart from the BBs was in Anaheim at the Marriot Hotel to attend the Yamaha Awards.  The following day the BBs hold a corporate meeting and decided to have Terry Melcher produce future BB sessions rather than Brian (possibly to avoid Landy’s involvement). On Jan 22, 1987-Brian attended the second annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame dinner at the Waldorf Astoria in NYC-He inducted the Drifters and performed a solo “On Broadway”. Seymour Stein was impressed and offered Brian a contract with Sire Records.  Brian can be seen singing along on the Jam session at the end of the night (footage is on Youtube). While Brian was there-the BBs practiced for the Super Bowl Pre-Game Show at Orange Coast College. They played the Celebrity Theater in Phoenix, AZ on Jan 23 and then Brian joined them for the truly lame “Super Night at the Super Bowl” CBS TV show-hosted by Patrick Duffy on January 24 1987. The BBs performed “The Little Old Lady from Pasadena”, with SNL’s Mary Gross playing “the little old lady.” The following day the BBs, again joined by Brian, played live at the pre-super Bowl show in Pasadena. Brian also accompanied them for a corporate show for Ford Motors on Jan 26 1987 at the Universal-Sheraton.

Jan 16 1988-The BBs played the Hula Bowl at Aloha Stadium in Oahu and then left for California that night, so they could perform at the Scopus Awards Dinner, at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles the next night. On Jan 20 they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame along with the Beatles, the Supremes and Bob Dylan. Mike made a fairly embarrassing speech (even he has recognized that he went overboard). When the BBs and Brian received an award at the American Music Awards on January 25 Mike wore a hardhat, just in case anyone felt any hard feelings towards him (they attended the rehearsal for this on Jan 24).  Jan 18 1989-The BBs took part in George Bush Sr’s Inauguration in Washington.  They’d campaigned for him a bit and seemed particularly fond of him as a person.

Jan 24, 1989-The BBs played the Spectrum in Philadelphia. This was the first of three warm up “Beachago” shows with the band Chicago to gear up for their big reunion tour.  All three shows featured special appearance by Brian-he played “Surfer Girl” with the Beach Boys, then performed solo sets with Andy Paley and Michael Bernard.  They played “Love and Mercy,” “Melt Away” and “Walking the Line.”  Brian returned for the Beachago encore-on keyboards.  Both bands played “Kokomo,” “In the Midnight Hour,” “Dancing in the Streets,” “Feeling Stronger Every day,” and “Fun, Fun, Fun.” More Beachago/Brian shows took place at the Worcester Centrum the next day and the Nassau Coliseum on Jan 27.  At the latter show, the Daily News reporter was pleased by the Beach Boys.  He noted, “Now I’m no expert but I have seen this band enough to know that they were ‘on’. The overall sound was good (a big plus), their vocals were strong (even way up high) and whoever was drumming was doing the best Dennis Wilson crash and double stomp since Dennis himself…They played some of their newer songs (Kokomo, Wipe Out) but in the end, it was the hits that proved the everlasting examples of how to mix almost perfect pop songwriting and singing.” The reviewer was less impressed by Chicago. From reviews I have seen, it appears that reviewers had their biases-if you were a Chicago fan than they were great and the BBs were only ok and vice versa. Still together it was a good show.

Jan 18, 1991-The BBs played a private show for the Scott Paper Corporation at the Princess Scottsdale Hotel in Scottsdale, AZ.  Ten days later, Brian played a rare (at the time) solo gig at The China Club in LA. He performed an 11-song set with Don Was, who he was hanging out with a lot for the next couple of years (culminating in the 1995 I Just Wasn’t Made for These Times film).

Jan 18 1995-The BBs played at the Folsom Auto Mall in Folsom, CA. Three days later Carl played the Blue Cross/Blue Shield Caring Program for Children Benefit-at the Little America Hotel in Salt Lake City with Billy Hinsche, Bobby Figueroa, Ed Carter, John Stamos, Gerry Beckley and Robert Lamm with emcee Rickie Martin. The reviewer noted that “Lamm, Wilson and Beckley had such a good time working together that they plan to form a new band.”  Three days later Carl rejoined the BBs at the Convention Center in San Diego for a private event.

January 26, 1996: The BBs played at a private NFL pre–Super Bowl party at the Phoenix Convention Center.  They then headed to London, where they joined Brian to do promotion for their Fun, Fun, Fun collaboration with Status Quo. On January 28 they made a guest appearance at the Brixton Academy at Status Quo’s Fan Club concert.  Jan 24, 1998-The BBs performed at the NBC Tent, Four Seasons Aviara Resort in Carlsbad, CA. Carl was of course absent and if Al participated then this was one of his last appearances as a Beach Boy.  By this time, Mike had made the decision to continue performing without Carl or Al Jardine. This new incarnation of the BBs had not yet won the right to use that name, so Mike Love and The California Beach Band performed at the Mission Ballroom, Town and Country Hotel in San Diego, CA that same day. The following day Mike, Bruce, Dave M, Glen Campbell, John Stamos and Dean Torrence performed under the awkward moniker “A Tribute to the Beach Boys”-at the Super Bowl Pre-Game Show at Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA on NBC TV.  This was when things got a little ugly. Al was apparently at home watching on TV and surprised/upset to not be included.  Brian was visiting Carl for the last time before his death on February 6 and they watched on TV together.  On Jan 28, 1998-Brian was down at Shrimp Boat Sound in Key West, FL to record vocals for “South American”-with Jimmy Buffet. Some footage of this is in the Imagination video.  Think I’ll stop here…..
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« Reply #1 on: January 16, 2022, 10:37:25 AM »

...then Brian joined them for the truly lame “Super Night at the Super Bowl” CBS TV show-hosted by Patrick Duffy on January 24 1987. The BBs performed “The Little Old Lady from Pasadena”, with SNL’s Mary Gross playing “the little old lady.”

Correction: The Little Old Lady (Gladys Ormphby) was played by Ruth Buzzi, one of her characters on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In show.
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« Reply #2 on: January 16, 2022, 04:02:37 PM »

Thanks Ian! A very good read!
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« Reply #3 on: January 16, 2022, 05:40:40 PM »

...then Brian joined them for the truly lame “Super Night at the Super Bowl” CBS TV show-hosted by Patrick Duffy on January 24 1987. The BBs performed “The Little Old Lady from Pasadena”, with SNL’s Mary Gross playing “the little old lady.”

Correction: The Little Old Lady (Gladys Ormphby) was played by Ruth Buzzi, one of her characters on Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In show.

What I find very interesting about this is the timeline and passage of time. I'm guessing anyone under 30 would have no clue who Ruth Buzzi is, unless they're a student of history or a fan of classic TV. Same with "Verrrrry interesting...", "sock it to me", etc. (Well, Laugh In took that from Pigmeat Markham, but who's counting...). In 1987, Laugh In was just under 20 years old, but in 68-69 it was a major hit show for NBC that spawned catch-phrases like those above, a few novelty record releases, and made some of the stars like Goldie Hawn into much bigger stars.

But who in 2022 knows much about it? It's amazing how the passage of time erases certain things from the pop culture lexicon, yet at this same time how many people are discussing and listening to The Beatles outside the normal Beatle fandom thanks to the Get Back documentary on Disney+ ?

It struck me that when that Super Bowl show aired in '87, people now my age would get the joke and know who it is/was. Watching it today, again, how many people under 30 would get it?

And all of this came from a few days ago when I was scanning some old newspaper articles and all the talk was about "The Balloon Boy", and the hoax that landed his parents in jail.

Does anyone remember Balloon Boy? That was 2009, not 20 years ago. Yet that was a major topic of discussion and jokes when it happened.

Just randomly thinking about the passage of time and pop culture and trying to imagine what from 20 years ago would be popular enough to use as a schtick in a similar show for this Super Bowl.


And just to restate, that Super Bowl warmup show featuring the Beach Boys was one of the worst pieces of dreck they've ever been involved in. I don't remember network TV "entertainment" being so bad overall in 1987 but maybe I wiped it out of my mind. But for anyone who has seen that show, it's a real turkey.
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« Reply #4 on: January 16, 2022, 06:50:28 PM »

I have genuinely missed your Beach Boy weekly history posts, Ian. Much obliged for all the work and research and time that you spend on compiling them.
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« Reply #5 on: January 16, 2022, 07:33:45 PM »

Yeah...the BBs landed in a lot of cheesy TV in the mid-late 80s. Starting with the horrendously bad 25th Anniversary show in Hawaii, this Super Bowl Show and the lousy 89 summer show (only redeemed by the great campfire segments). Their appearances on the two John Stamos shows (You Again and Full House) were also cheesy, but have aged slightly better. 
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« Reply #6 on: January 16, 2022, 07:42:36 PM »

Fantastic stuff, Ian. Now what we need is a graphic capability that puts dot-points on a map of the USA that visually locates where the boys were on all of these "clustered dates." (The mm/dd/yyyy format could be used on the map.)

From looking at the locations that are included, it's obvious that these guys definitely "got around"!! 
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« Reply #7 on: January 17, 2022, 05:56:22 AM »

Yeah-the 1963 tours were horribly planned..They had to drive like 500 miles in a day and then back 400 miles in the other direction and they were not flying.
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