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Saturday, March 25, 2017
The Globe
7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Since its inception the reputation of The Beach Boys Band has continued to grow, they are now one of the most sought after 1960’s tribute acts around; based in the south west of the UK the band have a 2016 tour being planned taking in Bristol, Bath, Bournemouth, Plymouth, Birmingham and other cities throughout the UK, with a European leg starting in August with a huge tribute festival in the Netherlands. The tour has to fit around all the private party bookings they already have booked.

Part of the attraction of The Beach Boys Band show is that it appeals to all ages, the many and varied evergreen Beach Boys’ hits together with the mass exposure they have received over the years have become part of the very fabric of everyday life.

The show’s unique content is such that it is melodic enough for a sit down audience yet at the same time, has the energy and drive to inspire people wishing to dance the night away!
The Beach Boys Band create a place where familiarity and nostalgia come together, making it a night to remember.

On leaving their Show, you may have rain in your face, but you’ll be taking home sunshine in your hearts.

To create a truly believable and memorable tribute act, both vocal and instrumental sounds must be replicated to the finest detail. It is this attention to detail, that have made The Beach Boys Band the popular attraction they are today. From the early songs of surf and sports cars to the more sophisticated sounds of recording projects like Pet Sounds, the Beach Boys’ music was the soundtrack to a whole generation of young people, not just in the United States but worldwide. The five members of The Beach Boys Band all share a passion for Beach Boys music, enjoying material, both from the early sixties and the later years. Delivering the songs that everyone knows and loves, from the finesse and sheer beauty of God Only Knows to the pulsating masterpiece Good Vibrations, The Beach Boys Band deliver a live performance that reflects both their enthusiasm for their work and mastery of a genre of music that is generally accepted as being both complicated and difficult to perform live