Review: Beach Boys reunite for one last surfin’ safari
The Palm Beach Post - almost 5 years
David Marks, Mike Love and Al Jardine perform during the Beach Boys' concert stop at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. (Veda Jo Jenkins / sflimages.com)
It was the concert most Beach Boys fans thought would never happen.
After all the lawsuits and acrimony among the surviving members of this dysfunctional family band, nobody expected to see Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and Bruce Johnston on stage together again. But about a year ago, Wilson began hinting in interviews that financial considerations might bring him back in the mix to celebrate the group’s 50th anniversary.
The promoters must have ponied up because the Boys have been everywhere lately — an appearance on the Grammys, singing the National Anthem at Dodger Stadium, a new album out in June and this 66-date world tour, which stopped at the Seminole Hard Rock Live on Friday night.
The money was on display here, too — in the visual bling of a large drive-in-like screen and surfboard-ringed
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