A member of one of the most iconic bands of all-time, the Beach Boys, Brian Wilson has made a name for himself in the world of music through his incredible songwriting and musical instincts.
During his time with the Beach Boys, Brian co-wrote, arranged, produced and performed more than two dozen Top 40 hits, such as "Surfer Girl," "I Get Around" and "California Girls."
However, most would say the pinnacle of his career was reached when Pet Sounds was released. The album has not only appeared in countless "top albums of all-time" lists, but was inducted to the Grammy Hall of Fame. The album features hit singles, like "Sloop John B," "Wouldn't It Be Nice," "God Only Knows" and "Carolina No."
The "Songwriters Hall of Fame" inductee is often referred to as the Mozart of Rock and "it's been said that if music is math, then Wilson just might be Einstein. But no comparisons are really necessary; he's Brian Wilson, an American composer, arranger and producer whose work has proved to be as powerful as faith, as timeless as love and as heartfelt as mercy."