The Beach Boys Have Performed Every Year Since 1961 -
Mike Love, The Beach Boys Rod Laver Arena 2012. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

Mike Love, The Beach Boys Rod Laver Arena 2012. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

The Beach Boys Have Performed Every Year Since 1961

by Paul Cashmere on August 25, 2015

in Live,News

The Beach Boys have clocked up an incredible legacy with shows every year since they began in 1961.

Unlike every other band of their era, The Beach Boys are the only act to perform continuously every single year for over 50 years.

While there were only three gigs that first year the group performed 73 shows in 1962 and 125 in 1963. Things did slow down slightly n the mid 70s. In 1977 they played just 51 shows. For 2015 they are just about to pass the 100 shows mark for this year.

2015 has been a benchmark year for The Beach Boys with Bruce Johnston clocking up his 50th anniversary with the band.

The current Beach Boys show features 42 songs.

The Beach Boys setlst

Catch A Wave
Its OK
Don’t Back Down
Little Honda
Do It Again
Goin’ To The Beach
Surfin’ Safari
Surfer Girl
Farmer’s Daughter
Good To My Baby
You’re So Good To Me
Please Let Me Wonder
Kiss Me Baby
Getcha Back
I’m So Young
Why Do Fools Fall In Love
When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)
Be True To Your School
Don’t Worry Baby
Little Deuce Coupe
Shut Down
I Get Around
Ballad Of Ole Betsy
Sloop John B
Wouldn’t It Be Nice
Then He Kissed Me
California Girls
Dance Dance Dance
Let Him Run Wild
God Only Knows
Pisces Brothers
Good Vibrations
Do You Wanna Dance
All Summer Long
Help Me Rhonda
Barbara Ann
Surfin’ USA

Fun Fun Fun

The Beach Boys will tour Australia for Bluehawk Presents.

Beach Boys Australian dates

November 11, Townsville, Entertainment Centre
November 13, Canberra, Royal Theatre
November 14, Sydney, Bondi Beachfest
November 15, Bribie Island, Sandstone Point Hotel
November 17, Gold Coast, Jupiters Casino
November 18, Melbourne, Palais Theatre
November 19, Adelaide, Entertainment Centre
November 21, Perth, Kings Park and Botanical Gardens

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