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Beach Boys to Debut in Israel in November [video]

BDS gets doused again with the announcement that the California Beach Boys are going to surf in Israel.
The "I Get Around" Beach Boys.

The "I Get Around" Beach Boys.
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The Beach Boys will perform for the first time in Israel in November, another slap in the face for the Boycott Israel’s diminishing entertainment branch, headed by Roger Waters of Pink Floyd.

The “I Get Around” band swept the United States in the 1960s with its smoothie style and its popularization of surfing on the beach as one of the basic purposes of life. The group will appear at the Nokia Arena on November 29. Start saving your shekels now because the tickets will go for 390 shekels, which comes out to approximately $110.

The Beach Boys went through a transformation following founder Brian Wilson’s drug use and mental problem, and it regrouped.

The Beach Boys represented the epitome of a 1960s culture that placed sporty cars, girls and the California beach as basic human values.

If their appearance helps drown out Roger Waters (Pink Floyd) and his anti-Israel cronies, the Beach Boys will have made a major contribution to civilization.

About the Author: Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu is a graduate in journalism and economics from The George Washington University. He has worked as a cub reporter in rural Virginia and as senior copy editor for major Canadian metropolitan dailies. Tzvi wrote for Arutz Sheva for several years before joining the Jewish Press.


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12 Responses to “Beach Boys to Debut in Israel in November [video]”

  1. Feel the burn BDS….. feel the burn.

  2. As a California girl I say ‘cowabunga, I’m stoked!’

  3. Keith Brooks says:

    Brian Wilson is far from dead. Just letting you know.

  4. Barbara Evans says:

    ENJOY I LOVE THIS BAND <3 love em even more now

  5. The Beach Boys performed first time in Israel was in 1977 in Nueba Sinai when it was under Israeli control, I know I was there 3 days with bands from all over the world.

  6. Always been one of my all-time fav groups

  7. Enjoy, The Beach Boys are still fantastic

  8. Alan Kardon says:

    Thank you for not giving into terrorists or their supporters.

  9. They have changed the article Alan but if you read the comments you qill notice that others have also mentioned that Brian is far from dead. The last line has also been edited so as to name Roger Waters rather than Pink Floyd as a person.

  10. David Conley says:

    $110??? Airfare is expensive but I only paid $45 to see them in Honolulu back in 99 or 00. Inflation is really hitting them up pretty bad.

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