The Beach Boys with 100 million record sales to their name are set for Newmarket Nights debut

11:10 28 February 2014

Beach Boys coming to Newmarket Nights

Beach Boys coming to Newmarket Nights

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The Beach Boys, one of the most critically acclaimed and successful bands of all time are to make their Newmarket Nights debut this summer on The July Course.

Currently on an American tour, the group who have sold in excess of 100 million records worldwide over the last half century will play at Newmarket Racecourses on Friday July 18.

For the first time, The July Course will rock to the sounds of some of the band’s best-loved and classic hits such as ‘Good Vibrations’, ‘Help Me, Rhonda’ and ‘California Girls’.

The Beach Boys touring band is led by original member Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, who joined in 1965, alongside supporting musicians John Cowsill, Tim Bonhomme, Randell Kirsch, Scott Totten and Christian Love.

Last summer, the group released ‘Made In California’, a six-disc collection featuring more than seven and a half hours of music.

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