The trio talked about the upper band. The 500 with Josh Adam Meyers podcast
In episode 271 of 500 with Josh Adam Meyers Music/Comedy Podcast Countdown to Rolling Stone’s “500 Greatest Albums of All Time” Comedian/host Josh Adam Meyers welcomes stage and screen icon John Stamos, who talks about his acting career. love of music and especially about The Beach Boys album 1965, The Beach Boys today! It is now available to stream on all digital platforms.
“I call The Beach Boys’ songs my heart’s content. Because you don’t have to think,” as Stamos explains in the podcast. “It goes through the brain and goes straight to the heart.”
for this special episode Meyers and Stamos will be joined by a surprise guest. Legendary singer/songwriter/founder of The Beach Boys, Mike Love, elaborates: “I’ve always said that the whole chemistry of The Beach Boys boils down to the love of Harmony when you come together and you sublimate your voice to blend in with the others. You create a beautiful harmony that actually has something to do with the brain.”
The full house The actor is a longtime fan and collaborator of The Beach Boys. Therefore, appearing in this episode is a special honor for him. Stamos occasionally performs at concerts with the band. Dating back to 1985, he often played drums and various other percussion instruments. In 1988, he appeared in a video titled “Kokomo” where he played both the conga and steel drums. Next, he will appear soon. Grammy congratulates The Beach Boys The TV special airs Sunday, April 9 on CBS and streams on Paramount+.
Josh Adam Meyers launches 500 The goal is to experience all 500 albums on Rolling Stone magazine’s 2012 list, paying homage to his late friend and fellow music-obsessed comedian Angelo Bowers. From the worlds of comedy, music and film join in-depth discussions about the new album and the stories of the artists behind it. The podcast kicks off with actor and comedian Byron Bowers on OutKast’s 500th album. acumen and has released more than 230 episodes