Beach Boys Vienna Tickets
Potentially the most popular surf rock band in America, Beach Boys' enduring appeal cements their position among the leading pop groups in the music landscape. The American group was the only act able to challenge the legendary British rock band, The Beatles, for chart ratings during their heyday. Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and ranked twelfth on Rolling Stone's list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time,” Beach Boys have an envious resume unparalleled in the industry. Their appeal transcends generations and with that appeal still intact, it is likely that Beach Boys Vienna tickets will also sell out quickly.
Hailing from California, the pop rock act surfed onto the music scene in 1961 and took the industry by storm. Through their catchy, feel-good music and introspective songwriting in later years, the band cultivated a devoted following. Fans are likely to clamor for Beach Boys Vienna tickets as the legends set off on another anticipated tour.
The talented rock act ranks among the top-selling bands of all times, selling over a hundred million records worldwide. With Brian Wilson at the helm, the Beach Boys became America's first band to reach the fifty-year milestone. Winners of the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, the group continues to make history with their distinctive music that blends surf rock, psychedelic rock and pop rock. They have also achieved international stardom with eighty of their songs charting on music charts worldwide.
Beach Boys VS The Beatles
Contemporaries, and for a time friendly-rivals, to the iconic British band, The Beatles, the Beach Boys tried to trump each other's efforts during the late 60's. Their competition resulted in some of the greatest albums in rock music history.
The Beach Boys career-defining album, Pet Sounds, paved the way for studio experimentation at the time and influenced The Beatles' groundbreaking effort, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It became a case of mutual inspiration as both bands gathered influence from each other and made quality rock music.
Though the Beatles managed to outshine the Beach Boys, their rivalry ushered in an era of music experimentation that continues to this day.