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« Reply #850 on: June 25, 2020, 02:48:41 PM »

Another cancellation by the venue:
Sept. 20 -- Asbury Park, NJ -- Sea.Hear.Now Festival

This event has been postponed to 2021, will have same headliners from this year (including M&B):
https://www.seahearnowfestival.com/
https://whyy.org/articles/sea-hear-now-festival-on-asbury-park-beach-postponed-until-2021/
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« Reply #851 on: June 28, 2020, 11:06:29 AM »

New rescheduled date announced by the Wisconsin State Fair:
Aug. 14, 2021 -- West Allis, WI -- Wisconsin State Fair, Main Stage
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« Reply #852 on: June 28, 2020, 07:53:10 PM »

The following shows are listed as cancelled or postponed by the venue:

Aug. 16 -- Davenport, IA -- Rhythm City Casino Resort
Sept. 14 -- Montreal, QC, Canada -- Place Des Arts, Wilfrid Pelletier Theatre
Sept. 15 -- Trois-Rivieres, QC, Canada -- Amphitheatre Cogeco
Sept. 17 -- Portland, ME -- Merrill Auditorium)


These shows have been rescheduled for next year:

July 7 -- Monterey, CA -- Golden State Theatre
Now scheduled for Sept. 16, 2021

Aug. 28 -- Quakertown, PA -- Sounds of Summer Concert Series
Now scheduled for Aug. 27, 2021

Sept. 19 -- Atlantic City, NJ -- Ocean Casino Resort, Ovation Hall
Now scheduled for April 2, 2021
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« Reply #853 on: July 01, 2020, 06:30:27 PM »

Well, it's a new virtual date....

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[Clint] Black is headlining the USO MVP July 4th Special, appearing alongside comic actor Craig Robinson (“The Office”), comedian Iliza Schlesinger, Mike Love & the Beach Boys featuring John Stamos, and “America's Got Talent” world champion Shin Lim.

The show will air Friday night July 3rd at midnight ET and repeat on Saturday July 4th at noon ET, streaming on the USO’s Facebook, YouTube and Twitch pages. The shows are open to anyone who wants to watch.
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« Reply #854 on: July 01, 2020, 06:53:58 PM »

"Mike Love & the Beach Boys featuring John Stamos" Roll Eyes

This is where we are at...
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« Reply #855 on: July 04, 2020, 12:18:20 AM »

USO show

https://youtu.be/mRXaOhKGlHs

Looks like they just reused those two recordings they made recently and had a small video note from Mike
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« Reply #856 on: July 04, 2020, 02:26:16 AM »

USO show

https://youtu.be/mRXaOhKGlHs

Looks like they just reused those two recordings they made recently and had a small video note from Mike

So they are introduced as [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys, the written title name is [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys Band, and Mike Love calls them The Beach Boys Touring Band. Then they immediately play a Mike Love solo song.

When he released ‘This Too Shall Pass’ I hadn’t noticed “The Beach Boys” namedrop when the video initially opens up, but it’s very apparent to me now. That on top of the three different mentions of The Beach Boys name prior to the songs start is perplexing. And before I get called out for being a member of the secret Mike Love Hate Society for pointing this out, if Brian released a sub-par solo song that equated an upper respiratory virus pandemic to the Super Bowl and associated it with The Beach Boys name in four different ways I’d be just as perplexed.
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« Reply #857 on: July 04, 2020, 07:57:37 AM »

Mike's little speech in between his new single and GV was very moving.


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« Reply #858 on: July 04, 2020, 08:35:45 AM »

USO show

https://youtu.be/mRXaOhKGlHs

Looks like they just reused those two recordings they made recently and had a small video note from Mike

So they are introduced as [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys, the written title name is [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys Band, and Mike Love calls them The Beach Boys Touring Band. Then they immediately play a Mike Love solo song.

When he released ‘This Too Shall Pass’ I hadn’t noticed “The Beach Boys” namedrop when the video initially opens up, but it’s very apparent to me now. That on top of the three different mentions of The Beach Boys name prior to the songs start is perplexing. And before I get called out for being a member of the secret Mike Love Hate Society for pointing this out, if Brian released a sub-par solo song that equated an upper respiratory virus pandemic to the Super Bowl and associated it with The Beach Boys name in four different ways I’d be just as perplexed.
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« Reply #859 on: July 04, 2020, 12:26:58 PM »

USO show

https://youtu.be/mRXaOhKGlHs

Looks like they just reused those two recordings they made recently and had a small video note from Mike

So they are introduced as [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys, the written title name is [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys Band, and Mike Love calls them The Beach Boys Touring Band. Then they immediately play a Mike Love solo song.

When he released ‘This Too Shall Pass’ I hadn’t noticed “The Beach Boys” namedrop when the video initially opens up, but it’s very apparent to me now. That on top of the three different mentions of The Beach Boys name prior to the songs start is perplexing. And before I get called out for being a member of the secret Mike Love Hate Society for pointing this out, if Brian released a sub-par solo song that equated an upper respiratory virus pandemic to the Super Bowl and associated it with The Beach Boys name in four different ways I’d be just as perplexed.
No way in hell should Mike Love be allowed to use the Beach Boys name to prop up his latest solo excrement. A Beach Boys concert or appearance should consist of only Beach Boys songs. When did we ever see Brian use the Beach Boys to promote his solo stuff? Heck, he doesn't even use his solo shows to promote his solo stuff. Al never used the Beach Boys band to promote a solo album. Bruce didn't. Dennis didn't. Carl did, but he's dead, so i'll give him a pass.
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« Reply #860 on: July 04, 2020, 12:34:31 PM »

Brian has toured under his own name since 1998.....
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« Reply #861 on: July 04, 2020, 01:51:13 PM »

USO show

https://youtu.be/mRXaOhKGlHs

Looks like they just reused those two recordings they made recently and had a small video note from Mike

So they are introduced as [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys, the written title name is [Mike Love and] The Beach Boys Band, and Mike Love calls them The Beach Boys Touring Band. Then they immediately play a Mike Love solo song.

When he released ‘This Too Shall Pass’ I hadn’t noticed “The Beach Boys” namedrop when the video initially opens up, but it’s very apparent to me now. That on top of the three different mentions of The Beach Boys name prior to the songs start is perplexing. And before I get called out for being a member of the secret Mike Love Hate Society for pointing this out, if Brian released a sub-par solo song that equated an upper respiratory virus pandemic to the Super Bowl and associated it with The Beach Boys name in four different ways I’d be just as perplexed.
No way in hell should Mike Love be allowed to use the Beach Boys name to prop up his latest solo excrement. A Beach Boys concert or appearance should consist of only Beach Boys songs. When did we ever see Brian use the Beach Boys to promote his solo stuff? Heck, he doesn't even use his solo shows to promote his solo stuff. Al never used the Beach Boys band to promote a solo album. Bruce didn't. Dennis didn't. Carl did, but he's dead, so i'll give him a pass.

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« Reply #862 on: July 07, 2020, 02:05:06 PM »

July 17 -- Mankato, MN -- Vetter Stone Amphitheater

The show has been postponed to 2021, new date TBA
Source: www.vetterstoneamphitheater.com/vetter-stone-amphitheater/events/the-beach-boys
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« Reply #863 on: July 08, 2020, 02:12:53 PM »

A couple of M&B updates today...

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July 29 -- Saint Charles, MO -- The Family Arena, with America

This show has been rescheduled to July 30, 2021.

Source: https://familyarena.com/event/the-beach-boys-with-america/

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Aug. 2 -- Lincoln, NE -- Pinewood Bowl Theater

This one actually scares me -- the show is going on, without America. Face masks required to attend. Wonder if the band will be wearing face shields.

Source: https://www.facebook.com/PinewoodBowlTheater/
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« Reply #864 on: July 09, 2020, 08:19:37 AM »

I called this months ago, that Mike would get back on the road not when it's actually safe, but at the first moment it's technically/legally possible.

Here's an article about it:

https://journalstar.com/entertainment/music/beach-boys-to-play-pinewood-bowl-in-august-in-lincolns-first-big-concert-in-months/article_72c66745-9e6e-541b-b1ab-30b48aef024a.html

The article leaves some details out. Masks are "required", but they're also serving food and drinks (but no outside food or drinks still!), meaning this show is going to have the same problems movie theaters will, which is that you're allowed to take your mask off to eat and drink. So if your nurse your beer and nachos all night, you don't have to wear a mask that entire time.

As I mentioned elsewhere, we should look into whether VIP packages are being offered that include post-show graveside visits.
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« Reply #865 on: July 09, 2020, 08:44:58 AM »

I called this months ago, that Mike would get back on the road not when it's actually safe, but at the first moment it's technically/legally possible.

Here's an article about it:

https://journalstar.com/entertainment/music/beach-boys-to-play-pinewood-bowl-in-august-in-lincolns-first-big-concert-in-months/article_72c66745-9e6e-541b-b1ab-30b48aef024a.html

The article leaves some details out. Masks are "required", but they're also serving food and drinks (but no outside food or drinks still!), meaning this show is going to have the same problems movie theaters will, which is that you're allowed to take your mask off to eat and drink. So if your nurse your beer and nachos all night, you don't have to wear a mask that entire time.

As I mentioned elsewhere, we should look into whether VIP packages are being offered that include post-show graveside visits.

I also wonder whether all members of Mike's band, as well as the road crew, on a private/personal level, all are legitimately totally 100% down with this show, or if any of them have grudgingly agreed to do it for fear that they may lose their jobs (beyond this show) if they were to protest and balk. I find a bit difficult to believe that every single one of them would consistently, robotically just be perfectly A-OK with it. does anyone realistically think that Mike kindly reached out to everybody personally and gave them every chance to opt out with no repercussions? Maybe I'm wrong, but I tend to doubt it.

Let's face it, this is a political move, Mike is trying to be some sort of a hero and gain points for being a "heroic" risk taker. It is very irresponsible, especially at nearly 80. It's not just his life, there are so many people whose health potentially hangs in the balance for this. All of the "promises" for it being safe cannot guarantee safety beyond a shadow of a doubt.  Just look at how much virus spreading has been happening due to recent rallies by Mike's buddy.

This is just a terrible idea. Even that dummy Vanilla Ice recently backed out of a show. But Vanilla Mike thinks he's invincible.
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« Reply #866 on: July 09, 2020, 10:14:20 AM »

I called this months ago, that Mike would get back on the road not when it's actually safe, but at the first moment it's technically/legally possible.

Here's an article about it:

https://journalstar.com/entertainment/music/beach-boys-to-play-pinewood-bowl-in-august-in-lincolns-first-big-concert-in-months/article_72c66745-9e6e-541b-b1ab-30b48aef024a.html

The article leaves some details out. Masks are "required", but they're also serving food and drinks (but no outside food or drinks still!), meaning this show is going to have the same problems movie theaters will, which is that you're allowed to take your mask off to eat and drink. So if your nurse your beer and nachos all night, you don't have to wear a mask that entire time.

As I mentioned elsewhere, we should look into whether VIP packages are being offered that include post-show graveside visits.

I also wonder whether all members of Mike's band, as well as the road crew, on a private/personal level, all are legitimately totally 100% down with this show, or if any of them have grudgingly agreed to do it for fear that they may lose their jobs (beyond this show) if they were to protest and balk. I find a bit difficult to believe that every single one of them would consistently, robotically just be perfectly A-OK with it. does anyone realistically think that Mike kindly reached out to everybody personally and gave them every chance to opt out with no repercussions? Maybe I'm wrong, but I tend to doubt it.

Let's face it, this is a political move, Mike is trying to be some sort of a hero and gain points for being a "heroic" risk taker. It is very irresponsible, especially at nearly 80. It's not just his life, there are so many people whose health potentially hangs in the balance for this. All of the "promises" for it being safe cannot guarantee safety beyond a shadow of a doubt.  Just look at how much virus spreading has been happening due to recent rallies by Mike's buddy.

This is just a terrible idea. Even that dummy Vanilla Ice recently backed out of a show. But Vanilla Mike thinks he's invincible.

I'm truly not trying to judge the backing band members, but as far as I can recall, I've never heard a report or anecdote of a member of Mike's band protesting or otherwise refusing to do a gig against Mike's wishes. The guys all did the trophy hunting gig.

Again, folks gotta do what they gotta do. I'm not judging.

This current situation is obviously somewhat unique. Whereas typically an absence would be due to a medical or family leave sort of reason, and then any other reason would just be personal beliefs (e.g. the trophy hunting gig, or playing Sun City decades ago, etc.), where the former is not only tolerated but has to be legally allowed while the latter is basically impossible if someone wants to keep their job, the current virus situation is literally smack dab between these two scenarios. It's absolutely a health/medical issue at play, but one that's less tangible and subject to the wide disparity between how different city/county/state guidelines are playing out.

I'm sure Mike and the venue and everybody would and will maintain they're taking all needed precautions. Many experts would disagree, and suggest the best precaution is to *not* have shows right now.

It's hilarious, shows right before and after this Nebraska show, including shows in nearby regions, are being rescheduled to a YEAR LATER. You'd think that would highlight the insanity of doing this gig. I'm sure *every* venue could and would implement the *very basic* procedures this Nebraska venue is. It's basic stuff; an impotent mask "requirement", spaced out seating, sanitizer, etc. I think some might think this Nebraska show is happening only because of those implementations, but it's obviously more complicated and stupidly political than that.
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« Reply #867 on: July 09, 2020, 10:17:26 AM »

It does seem reckless considering that almost the entire live entertainment industry has written off the summer concert season (and some even the Fall/Holiday season) at an impossibly high cost to all employed in and around the industry, and here is Mike planning a single, random live concert?  I wonder how many people are that starved for entertainment that they'd attend, and also what kind of venue would even bother booking a show when (I assume) they are limited to half-capacity or less as most places are.

Very, very odd, this one...
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« Reply #868 on: July 09, 2020, 10:57:16 AM »

Get OSD in the front row! Evil
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« Reply #869 on: July 09, 2020, 11:07:19 AM »

This upcoming show gives new poignancy to the infamous "Wendy" cough
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« Reply #870 on: July 09, 2020, 11:09:00 AM »

 LOL
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« Reply #871 on: July 09, 2020, 12:56:22 PM »

Right now, M&B have dates on the books taking place right after the Pinewood show. If enough of those dates get cancelled/postponed by their venues, we may likely see this date be cancelled or rescheduled as well, given the routing logistics of hauling gear and people to shows.
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« Reply #872 on: July 09, 2020, 02:59:54 PM »

It does seem reckless considering that almost the entire live entertainment industry has written off the summer concert season (and some even the Fall/Holiday season) at an impossibly high cost to all employed in and around the industry, and here is Mike planning a single, random live concert?  I wonder how many people are that starved for entertainment that they'd attend, and also what kind of venue would even bother booking a show when (I assume) they are limited to half-capacity or less as most places are.

Very, very odd, this one...

This is rather a unique time for the industry so I do wonder if it is Mike or the promoter who calls the shots here? Does America have a better ‘Out’ clause in their contract meaning they can waive away a gig easier? Personally I think a promoter who is insistent that a gig go ahead Is mad and should have the book thrown at them if a artist or attendees come to any harm.
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« Reply #873 on: July 09, 2020, 04:56:45 PM »

Right now, M&B have dates on the books taking place right after the Pinewood show. If enough of those dates get cancelled/postponed by their venues, we may likely see this date be cancelled or rescheduled as well, given the routing logistics of hauling gear and people to shows.

The article I linked above at least seems to imply that the venue and Mike and/or his management have worked together on the details to make this show happen. This would seem to imply that Mike would be aware that this would be a one off show or one of very few shows.
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« Reply #874 on: July 09, 2020, 04:58:42 PM »

It does seem reckless considering that almost the entire live entertainment industry has written off the summer concert season (and some even the Fall/Holiday season) at an impossibly high cost to all employed in and around the industry, and here is Mike planning a single, random live concert?  I wonder how many people are that starved for entertainment that they'd attend, and also what kind of venue would even bother booking a show when (I assume) they are limited to half-capacity or less as most places are.

Very, very odd, this one...

The article indicates that the capacity at this venue will be reduced from 4,800 to 2,970.  But it also indicates that not all tickets have been sold and they are unsure how many of those 2,970 seats will be sold.
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