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On what would have been his 71st birthday, George Harrison gets honored by friend and fellow musician Mike Love on the previously unreleased track “Pisces Brothers.” Written in 2004, but released for the first time today, “Pisces Brothers” was inspired by a trip the Beach Boys co-founder and the Beatles took to India in 1968 to learn from the spiritual teachings of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
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Today (Feb. 25th) would have been George Harrison’s 71st birthday, and to celebrate the former Beatles’ memory, Beach Boys’ Mike Love released a tribute song in his honor. 190 more words
In honor of what would have been Beatle George Harrison’s 71st birthday, contemporary, and fellow student of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, Mike Love of the Beach Boys, has shared a previously unreleased song titled “Pisces Brothers.” 236 more words
As an adolescent boy of the 1980s, I was always VERY excited when David Lee Roth‘s version of “California Girls” played on MTV. If you’ve seen it, you know why. 116 more words
Nearly thirty years after peeking at No. 3 on the Billboard charts with a cover of the Beach Boys’ “California Girls,” former Van Halen singer David Lee Roth joined the stage for a duet of song with its original songwriter, Mike Love, for the very first time. 188 more words
BEVERLY HILLS (CNS) – Mike Love, a co-founder and lead singer of the iconic Southern California surf band The Beach Boys, will receive the 21st Ella Award tonight at a gala at The Beverly Hilton benefiting the Society of Singers. 281 more words