The Beach Boys will not be surfin’ Tel Aviv

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
October 21, 2014 21:14

 
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Fabled American rock legends The Beach Boys have cancelled its concert at Tel Aviv’s Nokia Arena on November 29.

Along with The Beatles, the California creators of hits like “Surfin’ USA ” “California Girls” “God Only Knows” and “Good Vibrations” helped to create a soundtrack for the 1960s as the decade careened from care-free hot rod fun to Summer of Love psychedelia.

Tickets to the show will be refunded at www.leaan.co.il/the-beach boys/

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