2021
  January In Europe only, the 9th sees a copyright protection "release" on YouTube of 74 live tracks
from 1970.
  February Alan releases a CD single, "Waves Of Love 2.0/Jenny Clover". Irving Azoff's brand
development and management company, Iconic Artists Group, buys a controlling interest
in Brother Records Inc for between $100 and $200 million. On the 26th, a re-recording of
"Add Some Music To Your Day" by California Music featuring Mike, Bruce, Alan, David
Marks, Jeff Foskett and assorted Wilson & Love family members is released in aid of the
Feeding America charity. An album will follow in April. Brian was also invited.
  March All the band's rearranged March dates, and all bar one of the rearranged April shows are put
back once again, mostly to 2022.
  May On the 1st, Mike & Bruce play their first show since November 6th, a charity gig in Dallas.
They are set to play further shows later in the month.
  June Brian's European tour, already postponed from 2020, is further put back to 2022. Mike &
Bruce's European tour is similarly put back again. The much-delayed BW documentary Long
Promised Road has its premiere at the TriBeCa Film Festival in NYC: the reviews are glowing.
  August Feel Flows 1969-71, a 5CD box set covering the Sunflower & Surf's Up era sessions, is
released on the 27th (having been postpopned from July 30th). It's also released as 2CDs,
4LPs, 2LPs and digital download and debuts on the Top 200 album chart at #83 ! Brian plays
his first two shows for over eighteen months.
  September Brian's show in Cabazon CA is cancelled, reportedly over concerns about the venues Covid
proceedures.
  November   Brian releases a new solo album, At My Piano, on the 19th.
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