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Beach Boys & Gene Pitney Tribute

Where: Margaret River Resort, 40 Wallcliffe Rd,, Burnside, Margaret River

Restrictions: 18+

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"Hall of Fame Legends" Comes to Margaret River.

For one night only Replyca Productions presents, a Hall of Fame legends tribute performance of The Beach Boys and Gene Pitney in Margaret River.

On Saturday 30th January 2021, the Margaret River Heart’s main stage will give way to the sounds of the 60’s, when two of Perth’s best tribute acts come together to celebrate the best era of music that was.

A two hour show filled with memories of good times, young romance, long summers, great harmonies, and a lot more.

Act 1 - David Johnson, a local Perth singer/entertainer brings you a mesmerizing performance of the late, great Mr Gene Pitney. Acclaimed as the ultimate Gene Pitney performer, he has brought this vocal talents to sold out venues all over Perth, the south west and now Margaret River.

Act 2 - With 20 years of performing under their belts, brothers Ryan, Mark, Adam & Sean Huxley formed "Good Vibrations" a tribute to the consistent fresh, fun and youthful music of "The Beach Boys". ‘The Beach Boys’ songs of summer, romance, surf and cars, shaped and serenaded a generation. "Good Vibrations" deftly recreate the harmonies of "Kokomo", "Surfin USA", "Help me Rhonda" and many others, that you will think they are the real deal. With a back log of sold out shows and Telethon appearances, this is a tribute not to be missed.