The Wrecking Crew were the unsung heroes of the West Coast music scene of the 60s & 70s.


They were the studio musicians every producer and music label wanted - bringing their magic sound and creativity to practically every major hit at that time - from Frank Sinatra, The Beach Boys, Sony & Cher, The Mamas & Papas and Simon & Garfunkel.

ABOUT

THE SHOW

Good Vibrations features the greatest catalogue of pop hits to emerge from the West Coast during the 60s & 70s. The music is performed with a live band and singers on stage. This engaging story is provided via a narrator, voiceovers and archive material from the era.


The show is a must for music fans of all ages, as well as anyone with an interest in the culture and history of this amazingly creative  and optimistic period in time.

SONG CATALOGUE SAMPLE

The Lonely Bull

He’s A Rebel

The Do Ron Ron  

Surf City - Jan and Dean

Little Old Lady from Pasadena

Be My Baby

I Get Around

Everybody Loves Somebody  

Help Me Rhonda

Mr Tambourine Man

California Dreamin’

I Got You Babe

My Love

Good Vibrations

Monday Monday

River Deep Mountain High

Strangers In The Night

These Boots Are Made For Walking

Up Up and Away

San Francisco

Something Stupid

The Beat Goes On

Wichita Linesman

MacArthur Park

Mrs Robinson

Young Girl

Classical Gas

Aquarius/Let the Sun In

Dizzy

The Boxer

Close To You

Craclin’ Rosie

I Think I love You

Bridge Over Troubled Waters

Yesterday Once More

Rhinestone Cowboy

Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Band

The Crystals

The Crystals

Jan & Dean

Jan & Dean

The Ronettes

Beach Boys

Dean Martin

The Beach Boys

The Byrds

The Mamas & the Papas

Sonny & Cher

Petula Clark

Beach Boys

Mamas & the Papas

Ike & Tina Turner

Frank Sinatra

Nancy Sinatra

The 5th Dimension

Scott McKenzie

Frank & Nancy Sinatra

Sonny & Cher

Glen Campbell

Richard Harris

Simon & Garfunkel

Gary Puckett & the Union Gap

Mason Williams

The 5th Dimension

Tommy Roe

Simon Garfunkel

The Carpenters

Neil Diamond

The Partridge Family

Simon & Garfunkel

The Carpenters

Glen Campbell

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