The Beach Boys
Get more on the Beach Boys, the iconic rock/pop band of the '60s. Explore full biographies, videos, photos and more of legendary members Brian Wilson, Al Jardine, Mike Love, and the late Dennis Wilson and Carl Wilson.
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profile name: Brian Wilson profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
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profile name: Carl Wilson profile occupation: Guitarist, Singer
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profile name: Al Jardine profile occupation: Guitarist
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profile name: Mike Love profile occupation: Musician
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profile name: Dennis Wilson profile occupation: Film Actor, Songwriter, Drummer, Singer
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