Photo by Robert Matheu
The Beach Boys
After a long time having gone their separate ways, the three surviving original members of The Beach Boys - Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and joined here by Bruce Johnston and David Marks - perform in Barcelona as part of a world tour to celebrate the 50 years since they started making their ground-breaking music.
With everlasting hits such as 'Wouldn't it be nice' and 'California Girls', The Beach Boys hit the major big time in the Sixties, and their California surf sound became eponymous with a certain way of life from that decade. However, as so often happens, fame came with a price, and the founders of the group have not performed together in more than 20 years. With this 50-date world tour, the past is forgotten except when it comes to their emblematic songs, and the future is embraced with the recent release of their latest studio album, That's Why God Made the Radio.
Tickets available from Ticketmaster, El Corte Inglés and www.atrapalo.com