Good Vibrations: The Beach Boys Channel airs for two months beginning July 1st
SiriusXM has relaunched Good Vibrations: The Beach Boys Channel, a limited-engagement channel featuring sun-drenched songs from every phase of the group’s decades-spanning career. The channel begins July 1st on channel 105, and airs through August 31st.
Ideal for summertime listening, The Beach Boys Channel will bring the band’s iconic sounds from the California coastline into the homes and cars of SiriusXM listeners, wherever they are. As the most complete and comprehensive audio collection from one of America’s most-beloved bands, the channel will feature The Beach Boys’ early songs about surf, sand, girls and cars, to their pioneering sounds that influenced generations of artists. Listeners can expect to hear the band’s biggest hits, hard-to-find rarities, a cappella vocals, backing tracks, alternate versions, exclusive stories from family and band members (past and present), band members’ solo work, and much more.
In the hours leading up to The Beach Boys’ new and expansive box set, Feel Flows – The Sunflower and Surf’s Up Sessions 1969-1971, out on August 27th via Capitol/UMe, the channel will spotlight some of the rare and never-before-heard audio material from the box set, which boasts 135 tracks, including 108 previously unreleased tracks, live recordings, radio promos, alternate versions, alternate mixes, isolated backing tracks and a cappella versions, culled from the album sessions.
Subscribers are able to listen to Good Vibrations: The Beach Boys Channel (ch. 105) online, on-the-go with the SXM App, and at home on a wide variety of connected devices including smart TVs, devices with Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant, Apple TV, PlayStation, Roku, Sonos speakers and more.
The Mike Love fronted Beach Boys will hit the road this summer on the 2021 Feel Flows World Tour featuring special guest John Stamos at many stops. The 29 day North American trek kicked off Memorial Day and runs through August 29th. Additional dates are expected.