FUN, FUN, FUN!
- By Karen Vock
- Photo Courtesy of Segerstrom
Get ready for music heaven March 3-4 when the top of the pantheon of pop, The Beach Boys, perform in concert with the Pacific Symphony at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. Beloved for close vocal harmonies and irresistible chart-topping hits such as Surfin’,”“Kokomo,” “Help Me Rhonda” and “California Girls,” The Beach Boys are one of the most prolific and admired American bands of all time.
The angelic harmonies that define The Beach Boys remain vibrant in an evening that will feature founding member Mike Love and Beach Boy-vet Bruce Johnston. From breezy, early songs about sun and fun to the group’s groundbreaking Good Vibrations era music, The Beach Boys’ influence on American rock and roll cannot be understated.
Recipients of the 2001 Grammy Award® for Lifetime Achievement, The Beach Boys will perform as part of the 2016-17 Pacific Symphony Pops Series with Grammy Award®-winning principal pops conductor Richard Kaufman at the podium. Currently in its 38th season, the Pacific Symphony is also celebrating a decade of creative music-making as the resident orchestra of the Segerstrom Concert Hall. The Symphony is the largest orchestra formed in the U.S. in the last 50 years and presents more than 100 concerts, events and community programs each year that reach more than 300,000 music lovers.