Well, that was the shortest reunion since Van Halen and David Lee Roth got back together in 1996 to present an MTV Video Music Award and then broke up again backstage. Less than a day after the four living members of the Beach Boys revealed they would embark on a reunion tour for their 50th anniversary, Brian Wilson has come along and shattered that plan. When Q magazine asked Wilson about the reunion, the Beach Boy responded with a frank, "No."
"There's been talk that I was going to join the Mike Love group but it's not true," Wilson said (via the Guardian). And just to reiterate, these reunions are always about the Benjamins. "I don't really like working with the guys, but it all depends on how we feel and how much money's involved. Money's not the only reason I made records, but it does hold a place in our lives," Wilson said (at least he's honest about it). Wilson wouldn't comment on reports he was working on new music with the Beach Boys, but a big trek is out, apparently.
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