On the night of his death in February of 2016, singer Brian Wilson had just been promoted to the lead singer position of a band called The Sound of my Heart.

But the gig was to be a test.

Wilson had recently been diagnosed with a rare genetic disease, a condition called SIDS.

The diagnosis had been made at the age of 24, and it was a surprise to many that Wilson had died suddenly at age 43, two years after a devastating stroke.

Wilson’s family, which had grown increasingly desperate as the illness progressed, decided to try to raise money for a private funeral.

It wasn’t until two years later that the family received the news that Wilson’s body had been cremated.

The funeral came to be known as “The Wilson Funeral.”

A year later, Wilson’s mother, Carol, died at age 90.

His father, David, also died in 2015.

But he was succeeded by his longtime girlfriend, Lisa and her daughter, Kaitlyn.

Lisa Wilson’s obituary in the Los Angeles Times described how the couple met on the set of a musical called A Prairie Home Companion, which they had directed.

Lisa was an actress and a musician who also had a passion for music.

In the musical, they sang, danced and had a lot of fun.

In her obit, Lisa wrote that she had met Brian while working as a stage manager for an independent film company.

She said she had seen Brian sing a song she had written.

When they got to the set, the singer was very excited and they began to talk about his music.

She also told him that she loved music and would be thrilled to be able to work with him on the stage.

Lisa said she told him to write a song and they had written it, and when he wrote it, he asked her to sing it.

They had recorded it and he said, “Let’s go to New York and we can see a lot more people.”

They went and saw The Metropolitan Opera, which was then opening, and then they went to a show at Carnegie Hall and the Met played it for them.

The next night, Brian called them and asked them if they wanted to play a few songs.

They told him they could do whatever they wanted.

And they had.

They sang the song and then the next night it went up on Broadway.

The musical ended up being one of the highest-grossing shows in the world, and the next year it became a hit in the United States.

A month after the concert, the band’s album, The Sound, came out and the video for the song, “The Good Girl,” made the cover of Time magazine.

It also became the lead single for the hit movie, A Prairie Moon, which also featured the same band.

When the band performed at the 2016 Grammys, the audience went wild.

There was a standing ovation, and they sang it to the tune of “The Sound.”

It also got a Grammy nomination.

When a photo of Lisa Wilson with her daughter was shown on the cover, it was met with a standing Ovation.

It went viral and has been viewed more than 200 million times.

A year after that, Wilson, now 65, died in a Los Angeles hotel room from pneumonia.

He was rushed to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead at 1:21 a.m. local time on Feb. 21, 2017.

His death was declared a homicide, and his body was later taken to the medical examiner’s office to be autopsied.

The cause of death was determined to be pneumonia and a COVID-19 vaccine.

Lisa and Kaitlin Wilson have released a statement about their father’s death, and thanked the “lively, passionate, caring and dedicated people of Canada and around the world who have offered their thoughts, prayers and love.”

The family of Brian Wilson says they’re very thankful to the many people who have been touched by their music and that they would like to thank all those who have contributed to the family’s cause, including the thousands of supporters who have shared their condolences on social media.

In addition to the music videos, The Wilson Funerals have also worked with the University of British Columbia’s Musical Theatre Program to create a concert of their work, which will take place March 6 in Vancouver.

They’re also planning to release the songs from the album, which includes songs from their last album, in concert venues across Canada and the U.S. They’ll be performing songs from A Prairie Heart, The Music of The Blues, A Bird Has Never Been Kissed, The Girl From Mississippi, and more.

They also will perform the new songs at the Toronto International Film Festival in April, where they’ll be joined by the band and their friends.

“This is a tremendous honor and privilege to work alongside the legendary Brian Wilson,” the family wrote in a statement.

“Brian and his family have been a central