Wouldn't It Be Nice to Get Around where the Vibrations are Good and The Surfer Girls are from California?
So, with the Help of Rhonda and Barbara Ann, enjoy a night of Fun Fun Fun Surfin' the USA!
With The Beach Boys Band
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The Roadhouse, Birmingham 9th January 2016 feedback from audience:
"Fantastic tribute act. Danced from beginning to end of show " (Brenda)
"Good night, as always. The Beach Boys Band were very entertaining and we will definitely come and see them again" (Frances)
"An absolutely brilliant night at the beach boys! I've been coming to the road house since it opened and it was great to see a 'different' band booked and it introduced a new crowd to the club!!
Great atmosphere... outstanding band! PLEASE book them again!
Kind regards, Kim Perry"
"Brilliant show, Would be good to get these back" (Zoe - owner of The Roadhouse!)
Barrington Theatre, Ferndown, Dorset, UK Saturday 16 January
Review by Janine Pulford
Seeing the Beach Boys Band at the Barrington Theatre in Ferndown was a dose of nostalgia I'd been looking forward to and what a superb tribute act it was, immortalising the sound I remembered from my youth.
A few well-positioned palm trees and short-sleeved, stripy shirts put us in California, and when mixed with 'Fun, Fun, Fun,’ The Beach Boys Band plunged everyone straight into the depths of iconic songs. Vocal harmonies were spot on and a little narrative between the songs gave some of the history of the music.
'Help Me Rhonda,' 'Don't Worry Baby,' 'I Can Hear Music,' 'God Only Knows,' 'California Girls,' 'Surfin' USA,' were easy to join in with and when it came to 'Barbara Ann,' the energetic and entertaining lead singer got men and women harmonising on the chorus lines.
Singing is one thing the Barrington audiences are good at, but getting bums off seats isn't so easy, yet The Beach Boys Band managed it with some success. The dancers surfed through the songs in the ailses and after 'California Girls,’ it was discovered that there was a California girl in the audience.
Classic Beach Boys’ covers 'Johnny B Goode' (Chuck Berry) and 'Wipe Out' (The Surfaris) really rocked and the drumming on the latter was exceptional - I can still hear it now.
Hawaiian shirts made an appearance in the second half bringing with them ‘Good Vibrations’ and another dose of ‘Fun, Fun, Fun’ as one of the encores.
If you want a night of music to lift your spirits and get you dancing, you won't go far wrong with The Beach Boys Band.