An Emmy Award-nominated actor and producer will bring his Hollywood charm to a North-east music festival.
John Stamos, who is best known as Uncle Jesse on Full House and Dr Tony Gates in ER, will play the drums and guitar alongside The Beach Boys.
He will take to the stage for an extended evening of music with the band at the East Links, Montrose, on May 28.
John, who starred in sitcom Grandfathered, has toured on and off with the band for more than 30 years.
He also sang lead vocals on the band’s tune Forever, has featured in many of their videos, including hit song Kokomo, and directed their video for Hot Fun in the Summertime.
Claire Kidger, director of LCC Live who works with Montrose Music Festival to bring big artists to the town, said: “John Stamos is a special addition to The Beach Boys’ line-up and we can’t wait to welcome him and the band on stage to close the 10th Montrose Music Festival.
“He’s a renowned actor, as well as a very talented musician who will bring energy, talent and professionalism to what is already a much anticipated show.”
She added: “We are extremely fortunate The Beach Boys are performing an extended 120-minute live set, which will include lots of their hits over the years.
“The group has had a string of hits in their 50-year career, including Good Vibrations, Surfin USA and Fun, Fun, Fun.
“It’s going to be an exceptional evening to mark the end of MoFest’s 10th annual festival.”
As well as welcoming The Beach Boys to Montrose, Deacon Blue will also perform on May 26.
Claire added: “We’re really excited about this year’s headline shows.”
Claire said there was still a small allocation of tickets available.
Previous acts have included Madness and Bryan Adams.