Dubbed “country music’s iconic feel-good duo” by PEOPLE, LOCASH continued a high-profile string of major appearances with a pop-up at The Beach Boys’ hometown show at the iconic Greek Theatre (8/7). Playing to their biggest audience in Los Angeles, CA, to date, BBR Music Group/BMG’s Wheelhouse Records’ rowdy outliers were among a star-studded lineup of special guests including John Stamos and Mark McGrath of Sugar Ray for the “Sixty Years of the Sounds of Summer” tour date.
Fast following their double dose of performances last week (8/2) with the national television debut of “summer smash hit” (Good Morning America) “Beach Boys” with The Beach Boys’ Mike Love and Bruce Johnston on ABC’s Good Morning America, plus The Beach Boys’ classic “Kokomo” on GMA3: What You Need to Know, the supergroup performed these sunny tunes and more together in front of the SOLD-OUT crowd, plus “Good Vibrations,” “Barbara Ann,” and “Fun, Fun, Fun.” Watch a recap video from the Greek Theatre here. LOCASH and The Beach Boys have previously made headline-making surprises at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry, as well as the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA. Find a full list of LOCASH’s upcoming show stops here.