He has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and is an Emmy Award nominated actor and producer.
Now John Stamos is set to bring a bit of Hollywood charm to Montrose when he joins The Beach Boys at this year’s MoFest.
John, who starred in the sitcom ‘Grandfathered’ and is best known as Uncle Jesse on ‘Full House’ and Dr Tony Gates on ‘ER’, will play the drums and strum his guitar alongside the legendary band on May 28 at East Links.
He has toured on and off with the band for more than 30 years but this will be one of his first times playing with them in Europe.
A gifted drummer, singer and musician, John also sang lead vocals on the band’s tune Forever and was featured in many of their videos including their number one hit song Kokomo.
The Beach Boys have also announced they will perform two 60-minute sets for Montrose fans.
Claire Kidger, director of LCC Live, 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 tenth Montrose Music Festival.
“He’s a renowned actor, as well as a very talented musician who will bring his energy, talent and professionalism to what is already a much anticipated show.
“We’re extremely fortunate that The Beach Boys are performing an extended 120 minute live set, which will include lots of their hits from over the years.
“It’s going to be an exceptional evening to mark the end of MoFest’s tenth annual festival.”
LCC Live works closely with the Montrose Music Festival to bring big artists to the town.
This year Scottish soul pop legends Deacon Blue will get the party started on May 26 before The Beach Boys close the weekend.
Claire added: “With about three weeks to go until the Montrose Music Festival, we’re making the final preparations to welcome The Beach Boys as well as Deacon Blue.
“We’re really excited about this years’ headline shows and for those who don’t yet have tickets, a small allocation remain – so you’d best be quick.”