Beach Boyssurfer sound rock group
One of the most popular and influential American rock 'n roll bands, The Beach Boys were founded by the three Wilson brothers. Known for their lush harmonies and rock 'n roll drive combined with lyrics about surfing, girls, and cars, the Beach Boys were the quintessential rock 'n roll band. They began their string of hits with “Surfin' Safari” in 1962, and followed with “California Girls”, “ Good Vibrations”, “I Get Around”, “Help me, Rhonda”, and “Wouldn't it be Nice”. The British invasion took a lot of wind out of their sails, though, and Pet Sounds (1966) may have been their creative zenith but was also a commercial flop. Internal fighting and Brian's emotional problems led to the band's decline.
Brian Wilsonsongwriter, vocalist
Carl Wilsonguitarist, vocalist
Dennis Wilsondrummer, vocalist
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