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FREE CONCERT with Al Jardine and David Marks with Dean Torrence

The Legends of Surf Music

Al Jardine, David Marks and Dean Torrence will be performing a free concert on Saturday, May 10.
Al Jardine, David Marks and Dean Torrence will be performing a free concert on Saturday, May 10.
©Lee Dempsey Photography
Al Jardine, David and Dean Torrence are ready for summer fun!
©Lee Dempsey Photgraphy

Mayfest On Main 2014
Saturday May 10
Main Street
North Myrtles Beach, SC


In 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011 the Legends of Surf Music, backed by the Surf City Allstars, performed for standing room only audiences @ MAYFEST ON MAIN. The group returns to North Myrtle Beach once again.

The Surf City Allstars are a great band as well. Gary Griffin (keys / vocals) started recording and touring with the Beach Boys in the 1970’s. Philip Bardowell (guitar / vocals) was hand picked by Beach Boy Carl Wilson for the Beach Boys band in the 1990’s. David Logeman (drums) was hired by Beach Boy Mike Love in 1994. Chris Farmer (bass / vocals) toured for 12 years as the musical director for the Beach Boys. Aaron Broering (guitar / keys / vocals) is the newest member to join the Allstars.

Additionally, Matt Jardine (Beach Boys band member, California Saga, California Surf Incorporated) will be joining the group on stage for this performance.

Each song performed by the Legends of Surf Music at Mayfest will be immediately recognizable. All the great surf, drag and fun-in-the-sun imagery is perfectly captured by the iconic trio. The combination of Al Jardine, David Marks and Dean Torrence together on stage creates a fresh harmonic blend for all the well-known classic hits.

It is guaranteed to be a great time for ages 6-80.

Immediately following the show, Al, David, Dean and the Allstars will sit for an autograph session.

Be there or be square!


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