We recently reported that Brian Wilson would be going on tour with The Zombies, which is still on as of this time. Sadly, The Beach Boys co-founder has postponed his June tour after a statement made on both his website and personal Instagram account. Wilson has cited mental health issues as the reason for postponing his tour. He gets heartbreakingly detailed in what he has experienced over the last several years.\r\n\r\nWilson would have been embarking on the Pet Sounds: The Final Performances\u00a0tour and a\u00a0Greatest Hits Live!\u00a0tour. It was slated to start in Lynne, MA on June 7th.\r\n\r\n\r\nRead Brian Wilson's full statement here:\r\nDear friends,\r\n\r\nIt is with great regret that I need to postpone my upcoming June tour.\u00a0\r\nIt is no secret that I have been living with mental illness for many decades. There were times when it was unbearable but with doctors and medications I have been able to live a wonderful, healthy and productive life with support from my family, friends and fans who have helped me through this journey.\u00a0\r\n\r\nAs you may know in the last year or so I\u2019ve had 3 surgeries on my back. The surgeries were successful and I\u2019m physically stronger than I\u2019ve been in a long time.\u00a0\r\n\r\nHowever, after my last surgery, I started feeling strange and it\u2019s been pretty scary for a while. I was not feeling like myself. Mentally insecure is how I\u2019d describe it. We're not sure what is causing it but I do know that it\u2019s not good for me to be on the road right now so I\u2019m heading back to Los Angeles.\u00a0\r\nI had every intention to do these shows and was excited to get back to performing. I've been in the studio recording and rehearsing with my band and have been feeling better. But then it crept back and I\u2019ve been struggling with stuff in my head and saying things I don\u2019t mean and I don\u2019t know why. Its something I\u2019ve never dealt with before and we can't quite figure it out just yet.\u00a0\r\n\r\nI\u2019m going to rest, recover and work with my doctors on this.\u00a0\r\nI\u2019m looking forward to my recovery and seeing everyone later in the year.\u00a0\r\nThe music and my fans keep me going and I know this will be something I can AGAIN overcome.\r\n\r\nLove & Mercy,\r\n\r\nBrian Wilson\r\n\r\n\r\nRead onto the NEXT page for more information on what this means for his future tour with The Zombies...\r\n\r\n\r\nAs of right now, his tour with The Zombies is still on. He is going to be back on the road starting August 31st for his Something Great From \u201968\u00a0tour and nothing has been postponed or canceled.\r\n\r\nView the full list of tour dates below and pray that Wilson is able to mentally heal with his well-deserved time off.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nBrian Wilson and\u00a0The Zombies, Something Great From \u201968 Tour Dates\r\n\r\nAug. 31 \u2013 Las Vegas, NV The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel and CasinoSept. 1 \u2013 Indio, CA @ Fantasy Springs CasinoSept. 6 \u2013 Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica TheatreSept. 7 \u2013 Pala, CA @ Pala CasinoSept. 8 \u2013 Santa Barbara, CA @ Arlington TheatreSept. 12 \u2013 Los Angeles, CA @ The Greek TheatreSept. 13 \u2013 Oakland, CA @ The Fox TheaterSept. 14 \u2013 Murphys, CA @ Ironstone AmphitheatreSept. 16 \u2013 Seattle, WA @ Paramount TheatreSept. 17 \u2013 Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert HallSept. 19 \u2013 Sandy, UT @ Sandy City AmphitheaterSept. 20 \u2013 Denver, CO @ Paramount TheaterSept. 22 \u2013 Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside TheaterSept. 24 \u2013 Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple TheatreSept. 26 \u2013 New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre\r\n\r\n\r\nWe're hoping for the best for Brian Wilson during this time!\r\nBe sure to check out more information on the upcoming Something Great From '68 Tour, including all the music both bands will be highlighting.