The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, ‘Live at the Hollywood Bowl, No.I'

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© Julian Wasser
Los Angeles, U.S.A. 3 July 1965
Digital archival print hand signed by The Beach Boys

Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity

This event was significant, marking the Beach Boys' triumphant return to their hometown stage after nearly a year, sharing the limelight with renowned artists like The Byrds, The Kinks, Sonny & Cher, and The Righteous Brothers.

The photograph, shot by Julian Wasser for Life Magazine, encapsulates a crowning moment of their performance, becoming an enduring symbol of their musical journey. And now, it's your chance to own a piece of this history.

Embossed with the official stamp from The Beach Boys, this print is a precious gem for any collector or music lover. It's not just a print—it's an invitation to step back in time and experience the unparalleled magic of The Beach Boys at the Hollywood Bowl.

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