‘A Grammy Salute to The Beach Boys’ was taped this week in front of a live audience at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. All five living 1960s Beach Boys members -- Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, David Marks and Bruce Johnston – were on hand the event and were seated in a box together.
They did not perform during the event. Paul McCartney's drummer Abe Laboriel Junior, was part of the house band, which was led by bass player and producer Mike Elizondo. The show is scheduled to air on CBS later this year.
Here’s a look at the songs that were performed:
Little Big Town - "Help Me Rhonda"
Weezer - "California Girls"
John Legend - "Sail on Sailor"
Hanson - "Barbara Ann"
Brandi Carlile - "In My Room"
Charlie Puth - "Wouldn't It Be Nice"
Michael McDonald and Take Six: "Don't Worry Baby"
Norah Jones - "The Warmth of the Sun"
Foster the People - "Do It Again"
Lady A - "Surfer Girl"
Fall Out Boy - "Do You Wanna Dance"
Beck - "Sloop John B"
Leann Rimes - "Caroline No"
Mumford and Sons - "I Know There's an Answer"
Andy Grammer - "Darlin'"
St. Vincent - "You Still Believe in Me"
My Morning Jacket - "I Get Around"
Pentatonix - "Heroes and Villains"
Luke Spiller and Taylor Momsen - "Surfin' U.S.A." / "Fun, Fun, Fun"
Beck and Jim James - "Good Vibrations"
Brandi Carlile and John Legend - "God Only Knows"
[Source: Classic Hits Today]