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Riding the Wave of Nostalgia with The Beach Boys

Calling all fans of The Beach Boys ! Get your surfboards ready because we’re riding the wave of nostalgia. There is new content celebrating the iconic band's journey. With the recent release of their first-ever official book titled The Beach Boys and an upcoming documentary on Disney+ , the band's legacy continues to captivate audiences across generations.  The Beach Boys , released on April 2nd, is 408 pages long and authored by band members Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, and Bruce Johnston. The autobiography offers insights into their rise to fame and subsequent success, presented in their own words, and the trials and triumphs they encountered along the way.  It provides a comprehensive and intimate look into the band's history, accompanied by iconic images, previously unseen negatives, and rare memorabilia. Dive into Dennis and Brian Wilson's world as they navigate the challenges of fame, family dynamics, and the pressures of the music industry. But The Beach

Summer Dreams Part 1: The Dreamboat Stars of Summer

Our team has put together the "Dreamboat Stars of Summer" starring: Don Johnson, Mel Gibson, Bruce Greenwood, and Mark Harmon available for free on . Here’s the skinny on each summer title: First up is Summer Dreams: The Story of the Beach Boys starring Bruce Greenwood as Dennis Wilson.  This is a definitive tale of the legendary band told from the brotherly relationship of the late Dennis Wilson and his genius but troubled brother, Brian, almost 25 years before Love & Mercy. It features an incredible Beach Boys soundtrack. Long Hot Summer is based on a series of stories by William Faulkner and stars Don Johnson (in the Paul Newman role) and Cybill Shepherd. Two years before his breakout role in Mad Ma x, Mel Gibson stars alongside Phil Avalon in surfer flick  Summer City , his very first film.  Four years before the the series of nearly the same title starring Will Smith, and a year before they starred in the cult hit "Summer School," Mark Harm