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For Immediate Release: Press release – Huntington Beach
International Surfing Museum
Influences of Dick Dale and Link Wray filtered thru psychedelia and punk rock produce invigorating music, regrouped by LA surfer David Arnson after moving from Wash. DC in 85.
Longboard surfers from Orange County bring back authentic 60’s surf bands sounds by capturing a piece of the past, mixing in a saxophone to create exotic music.
Voted LA’s hottest instrumental band, a full-tilt surf-influenced instrumental trio mixing in many genre to create a dynamic sound, founded in 1999 by LA surfer Bernard Yin.
Oceanside based progressive surf/rock band is the creation of Tom Stanton, one of the few remaining 1st wave guitar players of the early 60’s. Deemed “Powerful as a tsunami…gentle as an ocean breeze.”
From Orange a four piece surf/hot rod combo known for high-energy performances and nostalgic sounds of the past to earn them a place amongst the successful bands.
Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum invites you to attend the next Surfin' Sundays concert series. This is a one time special with hula girls dancing to authentic Hawaiian music from 10:00 Am to 10:30 Am.
Time: Bands play 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Don’t forget to bring chairs, hats & sunscreen it’s going to be warm.
Admission: Concert and Hula Dancers are free
Location: Pier Plaza 311 PCH HB
HBISM Phone: 714-960-3483
The Surfin' Sundays Concert Series runs all summer long. Check out our website for the complete schedule and band information. The Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum is open daily with hours from noon to five on weekdays and nine to five on weekends.
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