Just back from the Outer Banks, no surf music, but plenty of surf
20 days ago
OuterWave will be at O'Malley's on Main St. in Seal Beach, CA on Sunday July 6, 2014 3:30 p.m.
19 days ago
ArtS...if you had come to the southern outer banks you could have played with me
17 days ago
Looking for "surf music in unusual placess thread. Searched to no avail. Help!
15 days ago
@RobC: this thread? http://surfg...
13 days ago
Thanks Brian. Found it.
13 days ago
Less than a month till the convention.
11 days ago
6 days ago
New poll up, http://surfg...
1 day ago
Lots of friends playing shows all over the place this summer, and I wish I could be at them all.
1 day ago
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The Atlantics seminal surf classic instrumental Bombora shot to number one for a record eight weeks in 1963 and charted around the world. Their follow up single The Crusher was also charting strongly only to be stopped at No. 2 by the Beatles. The Atlantics went on to record seven more singles and four LPs, all of which are now regarded as classics of the Surf Instrumental Genre. In 2000 Bombora was given the ultimate accolade by being used in the closing ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games. The Atlantics have supported The Beach Boys and Chris Isaak shows, resulting in rave reviews for their music and their talents and once again cemented their title of Australias Greatest Instrumental Band ever. A subsequent string of live performances at big shows and Festivals, including the inaugural Adelaide International Guitar Festival, Canberra's National Folk Festival, The Noosa Festival of Surf and at The Benidorm Music Festival in Spain, thrilled original fans and introduced a whole new generation to the driving, infectious guitar sounds of The Atlantics.
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