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50 Years Later, Beach Boys' Harmonies Are Still Heavenly

Tour and new album connect with old and new fans

With decades of legal squabbles, family tragedies and personal setbacks behind them, the Beach Boys are pickin' up good vibrations once more. Led by the group's three surviving founders — Brian Wilson, 69; Wilson's cousin, Mike Love, 71; and their high school pal, Al Jardine, 69 — the Beach Boys embarked on a 50th-anniversary tour in April of more than two dozen North American cities. Just three months earlier, they had begun recording songs for a new album, That's Why God Made the Radio, to be released June 5. (The group's other original members — Wilson's brothers Dennis and Carl — died in 1983 and 1998, respectively.)Back to Article

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