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The Beach Boys Reuniting At The Grammys: Band To Be Joined By Foster The People And Maroon 5

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LOS ANGELES -- Get the sunglasses and tanning oil out: The Beach Boys are reuniting at The Grammys Awards for their first live performance in more than two decades.
The original lineup of Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston and David Marks will be joined by Grammy nominees Foster the People and Maroon 5 in a special performance.
A news release Wednesday also says The Civil Wars, Diana Krall and Joe Walsh have been added to the performance lineup and Common, Reba McEntire and Diana Ross will be presenters.
The Beach Boys announced late last year that they would reunite to celebrate their 50th anniversary with a new album and tour.
The Grammy Awards will be broadcast live Sunday night on CBS.
 
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A lot of Great Bands going to be there this year. Going to be a Great show... I will be watching. :103631605
 

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gotta watch this, brian wilson with the beach boys, never thought it could happen
 

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50 years...that's some crazy shit.
 

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one of my favorite bands of all time...No Carl though but Im looking foward to this a lot...hope the tour stll materializes
 
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Same as the number of Superbowls that Dan Marino has won....ZERO

But it doesn't mean they were not great...they were a definite force in the music industry...
 

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Always great to see the old guys perform at the grammy's. Even if their voices aren't what they used to be. Looks like Paul McCartney finally found himslef a nice looking girlfriend. She beats the hell out of that one legged snake he had last time.
 

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Good to see...but it did remind me of the Grateful Dead video with the skeletons playing
 

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Since Glen Campbell was there for a Lifetime Achievement award, they should have included him in the band since he was a Beach Boy once.
 

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Since Glen Campbell was there for a Lifetime Achievement award, they should have included him in the band since he was a Beach Boy once.
i wonder why he wasnt included, and john stamos has been playing with them for a while now and he wasnt included either
 

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i wonder why he wasnt included, and john stamos has been playing with them for a while now and he wasnt included either
he has dementia/onset of alzheimers...he might not even know he was there last night if you asked him...(not joking either)...he has a few of his kids in his band...he'll start playing a song and his kids have to cut him off to tell him that they either just played it or already played it prior...freaking sad...wonder if he had this diagnosed when he got that dwi a few years ago w/that tremendous mug shot
 

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he has dementia/onset of alzheimers...he might not even know he was there last night if you asked him...(not joking either)...he has a few of his kids in his band...he'll start playing a song and his kids have to cut him off to tell him that they either just played it or already played it prior...freaking sad...wonder if he had this diagnosed when he got that dwi a few years ago w/that tremendous mug shot


Well he gets cards and letters from people he doesn't even remember....
 

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Same as the number of Superbowls that Dan Marino has won....ZERO

But it doesn't mean they were not great...they were a definite force in the music industry...


How about
The Who
Led Zep
Janis Joplin
Jimi Hendrix
Chuck Berry ................Zero ..........
 

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How about
The Who
Led Zep
Janis Joplin
Jimi Hendrix
Chuck Berry ................Zero ..........
Good point. The Grammy's have never been known for their great taste in music. I'll add one thing though. All of these bands/artists you mentioned come from the golden age of rock or rock and roll. They had a hell of a lot of great competetion out there during the 60's and 70's. But if nothing else, all of these artists should have gotten a grammy for lifetime achievement if they haven't already.
 

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