Why See Beach Boys?
MARKING 50 YEARS OF "FUN FUN FUN"!
The original group comprised singer-musician-composer Brian Wilson, his brothers Carl Wilson and Dennis Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, friend Al Jardine, and David Marks. Many changes in both musical style and personnel have occurred in their often stormy career.
The Beach Boys officially broke up in 1998 shortly after Carl Wilson's death, however Mike Love and Bruce Johnston maintain the rights to the name and continue to tour with their own band as The Beach Boys. In December 2011, the group's five remaining members - Brian, Mike, Al, Bruce and David - reformed in celebration of their 50th anniversary of the group's creation, announcing a new album and a 50-date international tour. Now, the Boys are celebrating another 50-year milestone; the release of their first huge summer smash hit, "Fun, Fun, Fun". This tour will also mark the official introduction of Jeffrey Foskett, their singer/guitarist who has been with the group since 1981, as part of their touring line-up.
Performance date: 27 April 2017
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