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The Beach Boys Grammys Tribute - Watch Now!

The Beach Boys Grammys Tribute - Watch Now!

Adam Levine performs with The Beach BoysMike Love at the 2012 Grammy Awards held at Staples Center on Sunday (February 12) in Los Angeles.

The 32-year-old Maroon 5 frontman performed “Surfer Girl” before introducing Foster the People who sang “Wouldn’t It Be Nice.”

The Beach BoysMike, Bruce Johnston, David Marks, Brian Wilson, and Al Jardine – then took the stage together and celebrated their 50th anniversary by treating the crowd to “Good Vibrations”!


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The Beach Boys – Grammys 2012 Tribute

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Credit: Kevork Djansezian, Larry Busacca; Photos: Getty
Posted to: 2012 Grammy Awards, Adam Levine, Beach Boys, Foster the People

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