The Beach Boys

Rolling Stone Readers Pick The TOP TEN SONGS of the SIXTIES!!

The 60′s had to be one of the greatest, if not THE greatest decade in Rock ‘n’ Roll History.  Of the literally thousands of songs that made the charts from 1960 through 1969, readers of […]

04/13/2011

The Beach Boys Officially Releasing Incomplete Album ‘Smile’ This Year

Here’s some news to smile about; [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Beach Boys [/lastfm] are officially releasing their long-lost, incomplete album Smile later this year in a special deluxe edition with many added features! Capital Records announced that […]

03/14/2011

The Beach Boys Set To Release ‘Smile’ Album Four Decades Late

[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Beach Boys[/lastfm] are finally going to release the album Smile this summer in celebration of their 50th anniversary! The news came during an Examiner interview with Beach Boys guitarist [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Al Jardine[/lastfm]. Smile was […]

02/10/2011

The Beach Boys Synced To Christmas Lights

People can get pretty crazy with Christmas lights, but the craziest has to be when the lights are synchronized to music. This house synced up their lights to [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]The Beach Boys[/lastfm]‘ “Little Saint Nick.”

12/23/2010

The Beach Boys — All Time Top Ten Songs

With the summer like weather we’ve been enjoying for the past week, our thoughts turned to days at the sea shore, top down cruising and riding the waves; in other words, beach, cars, surfing….

11/06/2010

Did You Know: "Tears Of A Clown"

It’s another [lastfm]Smokey Robinson[/lastfm] song on Tickets @ Two, this time a  creation based on the Italian opera Pagliacci, which is about a clown who must make the audience laugh while he weeps behind his […]

10/19/2010

On The B-Side: The Beatles, 'Yes It Is'

Lots of people know the popular singles by [lastfm]The Beatles[/lastfm] (and there were tons!) but some of their most poignant works were the b-sides to their singles. One such song was “Yes It Is” on the […]

10/05/2010

Today In Music History: September 27th

In 1964, [lastfm]The Beach Boys[/lastfm] performed “I Get Around” and “Wendy” on their debut on The Ed Sullivan Show.  Three years later, [lastfm]The Beatles[/lastfm] recorded parts of John Lennon’s  “I Am The Walrus” and Paul […]

09/27/2010

Today In Music History: September 14th

[lastfm]Elvis Presley[/lastfm]‘s “Don’t Be Cruel” began it’s spot as the number one song in the U.S. for the next five weeks in 1956. Five years later in 1961, The Pendletones, a group from Hawthorne, had […]

09/14/2010

Brian Wilson Honors George Gershwin

[lastfm]George Gershwin[/lastfm] and[lastfm] Brian Wilson[/lastfm] are both renowned for being two of the most iconic American songwriters; their vibrant music, whether it be [lastfm]Broadway[/lastfm] or [lastfm]Beach Boys[/lastfm], reflects specific time periods in American history with very little irony. […]

07/15/2010

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