Beach Boy co-founder Al Jardine takes time out in the run-up to the planned re-release of his acclaimed 2010 album A Postcard from California to chat about lockdown life in Big Sur... With the East Coast version of Waves Of Love 2.0 released and getting plenty of airplay around the World, Al talks about future plans afoot approaching the 60th anniversary of the Beach Boys, bringing Bach back to Germany, working with his sons, and rescuing a cow he named Jenny from being slaughtered. The latter of which he wrote and dedicated a love song to! It seems Surfs Up again for Al to ride those airwaves in our latest podcast. Series 2: Episode: 26 For more information on Al Jardine, go to his official website HERE Want to listen to more 60's related podcasts? WHO KILLED JOHN LENNON? ROAG BEST TALKS EARLY BEATLES MARK WYNTER Pt.1 DION MARTY WILDE
This week is the 55th anniversary of the release of Pet Sounds and on this rewind episode of the Fake Show, Beach Boys founding member Al Jardine discusses that album and much more with host Jim Tofte...enjoy!!!
In this episode Matthew explains why Al Jardine is a badass in a variety of areas and why casual fans should have a better understanding of his role and contribution to the Beach Boys. www.matthewhartzmusic.com
Rand Foster music store owner has great stories working with Foo Fighters, Chrissie Hynde, Al Jardine, Taylor Swift and more!
Rock And Roll Confessional
This episode we are speaking with Rand Foster who owns a local record store; Fingerprints in Long Beach, California. Rand opened his shop in the early 90s and has had some of the biggest names come in to play live. Including: Lou Reed, Prophets of Rage, Foo Fighters, Chrissie Hynde, Ryan Adams, Taj Mahal, The Alarm, Richard Sherman, Violent Femmes, Portugal The Man and many more. We talk with Rand about his love of music, the struggles during the pandemic, Record Store Day, and some of the great musical acts that have come into play live.
Conversations on Cayamo: Al Jardine of the Beach Boys
On two remarkable nights, the stage featured two founding Beach Boys - Wilson and Al Jardine - and an amazing band revisiting one of pop music's most entertaining, important and influential catalogs. Read more The post Conversations on Cayamo: Al Jardine of the Beach Boys appeared first on Americana One.
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Al Jardine steps into the Batter's Box for Episode 6! A founding member of The Beach Boys, Jardine is also a lifelong fan of America’s Pastime. Fresh off a triumphant performance at the Beacon Theatre alongside Brian Wilson, Jardine chats with host Al Malafronte for an intimate conversation about his fond memories of California baseball’s early days. Jardine presents pointed ideas about what would make a successful Broadway musical featuring the band’s iconic song catalog and even breaks some news on that front. He also discusses the creative peaks, as well as the turmoil surrounding very specific periods of The Beach Boys’ history. This was a special interview for your host, Al Malafronte, who grew up with the band’s music as part of his life soundtrack.Connect with Al Jardine on Instagram: @aljardine409 and online at: www.aljardine.comConnect with Break a Bat! on Instagram: @break_a_bat_podcast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Border Crossings host Larry London sat down with guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Al Jardine who is best known for being one of the founding members of the California-based group The Beach Boys. His most recent solo album, “A Postcard from California” delivers an intimate show full of hits and rarities combined with never-before-heard stories.