Carl
Wilson
Current Touring: Member Mike Love and Bruce Johnson continue to tour
under the Beach Boys name.
Bruce Johnson, also wrote the Barry Manilow song "I Write The Songs"
Brian Quits Touring: Early in 1965, Brian Wilson suffered a nervous
breakdown and decided to quit touring. He rarely played live with the Beach
Boys after that. He did, however,  appear with the Beach Boys around 1980
at a Beach Boys show that I attended at the Municipal Auditorium in Nashville
Albums Include: Surfin Safari, Surfin USA, Surfer Girl, Little Deuce Coupe,
Shut Down Volume 1,Shut Down Volume 2,
All Summer Long, Christmas Album, Beach Boys Concert, Beach Boys Today,
Summer Days, Beach Boys Party, Pet Sounds, Best Of Volume 1, Best Of
Volume 2, Smiley Smile, Deluxe Set, Wild Honey, Best Of Volume 3, Stack o'
Tracks, 20/20, Close Up, Sunflower, Surf's Up, Beach Boy In Concert, Endless
Summer, Spirit Of America, Good Vibrations, 15 Big Ones, Live In London,
Beach Boys Love You, L.A. (Light Album), Keepin Summer Alive, Ten Years
Harmony, Sunshine Dream, Beach Boys '85, Made In USA, Still Cruisin',
Summer In Paradise, Good Vibrations 30 yrs, The Smile Era, Boxed Set
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The Beach Boys at MTSU in 1979
Murphy Center, Murfreesboro TN
The Beach Boys
Formed in 1961

Songs Include:
Surfin USA
Surfer Girl
California Girls
I Get Around
Wouldn't It Be Nice
Help Me Rhonda
Don't Worry Baby
God Only Knows
Heroes And Villain's

Original Members:
Brian Wilson
Carl Wilson
Mike Love
Al Jardine
Dennis Wilson
The Beach Boys
The Beach Boys are an
American rock band that
were formed in Hawthorne,
California in 1961. Initially
rising to become the most
popular surf rock band in the
U.S. during the early 1960s,
the band's mastermind and
chief songwriter, Brian
Wilson, took The Beach Boys'
music to ever increasing
levels of sophistication and
artistry between 1964 and
1966. This resulted in the
band becoming one of most
popular international acts
of the decade and arguably
the only American group to
effectively challenge the
success of The Beatles in
terms of mainstream appeal
and critical recognition.
Following a nervous
breakdown, Brian retreated
from the spotlight and
relinquished his role as
musical leader, leaving the
other band members to
continue on through the
1970s, 1980s, and 1990s
with Brian as an inconsistent
participant. In the 21st
century, The Beach Boys
continued as a touring band
under the stewardship of
original member, Mike Love
until the return of Brian
Wilson, Al Jardine, and early
member David Marks in 2012.

The Beach Boys' discography
from 1961 to 1984 was
originally released on the
vinyl format, with the 1985
album, The Beach Boys,
being the group's first CD
release. Over the years, The
Beach Boys catalogue has
been released on reel-to-reel,
8-track, cassette, CD,
MiniDisc, and most recently,
as music downloads from
a number of digital media
vendors. The discography
of the group consists of 29
studio albums, 4 live albums,
34 compilation albums, and
82 singles. The release dates
and sequence of The Beach
Boys albums in the UK up to
Pet Sounds differ significantly
from the original U.S.
releases.
The Beach Boys Live in Concert
50th Anniversary - Full Concert in 2012
The Beach Boys - Good Vibrations
(Live Midnight Special 1979)
The same year as the MTSU concert
The Beach Boys - Beach Boys Medley
1979 "The Best Of The Midnight Special"
The same year as the MTSU concert
The History of The Beach Boys
The Beach Boys Videos
See our Beach Boys 1996 page with Pictures & Videos