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The Beach Boys, who debuted more than 50 years ago and continue to play an astoundingly busy schedule of concerts, averaging 150 shows a year. With hits such as “Fun, Fun, Fun,” “Surfin’ U.S.A.,” “I Get Around” and “Catch a Wave,” The Beach Boys are unmatched in concert presence, spirit and performance. The iconic group’s songs convey carefree summer vibes – which has translated into a torrent of hit singles and tens of millions of albums sold. In addition to that success, the group’s 1988 hit “Kokomo” is the best-selling single ever – and the band was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame that same year. The Beach Boys, led by Mike Love, continue to release hits and travel the globe performing their timeless hits, making their music a mainstay for generations to come.
John Stamos has occasionally performed in concert with The Beach Boys, dating back to 1985, typically playing drums and various other percussion instruments. In 1988, he appeared in their video for "Kokomo," in which he played both the conga drums and the steel drums. In 1990, he played drums on the title track of the comedy Problem Child and also appeared in the song's music video. In 1992, he sang lead vocals on a new version of "Forever" for The Beach Boys album Summer In Paradise.
American musical duo Bill Medley and Bobby Hatfield got their start performing together as part of the Paramours, but became The Righteous Brothers when their recording career took off in the 1960s and ‘70s. The music style can be described as “blue-eyed soul,” and the duo’s first hit came in 1964 with “You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’.” In 1965, both “Just Once in My Life” and “Unchained Melody” reached the Billboard Top 10. In March 2003, the duo was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, and after the passing of Hatfield that same year, The Righteous Brothers now perform with Medley and Bucky Heard.