Beach comes to Murrieta’s Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve with Beach Boys tribute group ‘Surf’s Up’

The Beach Boys tribute group Surf’s Up takes the stage at the Santa Rosa Plateau Ecological Reserve’s outdoor pavilion stage July 29 for the Nature Education Foundation’s summer concert and art show series. Valley News/Tony Ault photo
The beach came a little closer to the Santa Rosa Plateau along with the sea breeze Saturday, July 29 with the Beach Boys tribute group Surf's Up performance at The Nature Education Foundation summer concert series.It was “Surfs Up” for the crowd as the group harmonized just as the original Beach Boys did with favorite beach and surfing songs like “Little Surfer Girl,” “Surfin’ U.S.A.,” and “Fun, Fun, Fun.” The rocking guitar and keyboard rhythms that once brought the young 60s crowds to the California beaches with their longboards and bongo drums brought both the young and old to the front of the Santa Rosa Plateaus pavilion stage to dance and groove with the Surf’s Up band made up of singer and guitar players P. Lewis and Probyn Gregory, keyboard player Austin Farm
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