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John Stamos To Join The Beach Boys As A Special Guest In Smith Center Concert

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The Smith Center announced Thursday that John Stamos will join Beach Boys as a special guest during the “Now & Then” concert on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Tickets are available at TheSmithCenter.com. Each Ticket however starts from $49. The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is located in Las Vegas USA.

The performing arts centre has stated that Stamos  has performed with The Beach Boys several times, including their last Sept 2017 show in Las Vegas.

Multi-talented John Stamos: Actor cum Vocalist cum Drummer

John Stamos is undoubtedly a big name in acting. He is the popular Blackie from ‘General Hospital’ and renowned Uncle Jesse on from  ‘Full House.’ John Stamos, the famous uncle Jessie from Full House, started learning drums perhaps at the age of four. The celebrity then practiced to play guitar and ultimately established his own band, Destiny.

John Stamos And The Beach Boys

Stamos and the Beach Boys were together periodically for about thirty years. They performed as a team on the hit television show “Full House” in the late 1980s.

Stamos has a long association with Beach Boys, In 1988, John is shot in their video  “Kokomo“.

The ‘General  hospital’ actor is, in fact, a competent drummer. He has exceptional command on  both the conga  and the steel drums. In 1990, John Stamos worked with drums for Beach Boys on the title track of problem child. He  was  even present in the music video of Problem child OST.

Beach Boys regarded John as the main ingredient behind the Beach Boys movie. One Beach Boy member,Mike Love, told that both Stamos and Beach boys have always supported each other. John played drums for them and simultaneously, the boys  backed him up on the song Forever  sung for Full House.

“Now & Then” Tour BY Beach Boys

The Beach Boys, “America’s Band,” has revived the  Southern California music  via their 2018 “Now & Then” Tour. In their Now and Then performances ,the band  features its  biggest hits and  fan favorites, including,“Good Vibrations,” “Fun, Fun, Fun,” and “Kokomo,” The show gain immense acclamation across Canada, Ireland, and England.

The Beach Boys musical bunch is led by Mike Love and Grammy-winning songwriter Bruce Johnston. They got accompanied with Jeffrey Foskett, Keith Hubacher,Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill, and Scott Totte.

 A Capitol Fourth

On July 4, 2018, America’s national Independence Day celebrated country’s 242nd birthday on A Capitol Fourth.  John Stamos was in fact the host of the show. In this Capitol  Fourth, The  Boys were honored for their  as the fifth-ever recipients of A Capitol Fourth’s National Artistic Achievement Award for their outstanding music performances.

 

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