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Beach Boys singer Mike Love serenades the crowd gathered to honor his civic spirit, which also warranted tributes from former President H.W. Bush and Nancy Reagan. (Mike Love)

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Beach Boys singer Mike Love serenades the crowd gathered to honor his civic spirit, which also warranted tributes from former President H.W. Bush and Nancy Reagan. (Mike Love)

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**FILE** From left, the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, David Marks, Mike Love and Al Jardine perform in concert in Sydney, Australia, on Aug. 30, 2012. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** From left, the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, David Marks, Mike Love and Al Jardine perform in concert in Sydney, Australia, on Aug. 30, 2012. (Associated Press)

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Mike Love sings and Brian Wilson plays the piano during the opening show of the Beach Boy's 50th anniversary tour in Arizona. "We're slaves to the Beach Boys legacy," said David Marks, who recorded four albums with the group. "We're just out there trying to keep that legacy alive." (Associated Press)

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Mike Love sings and Brian Wilson plays the piano during the opening show of the Beach Boy's 50th anniversary tour in Arizona. "We're slaves to the Beach Boys legacy," said David Marks, who recorded four albums with the group. "We're just out there trying to keep that legacy alive." (Associated Press)

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The Beach Boys have reunited and are back on the road for a 5th anniversary tour. The opening show for (above, from right) Bruce Johnston, David Marks, Mike Love, Al Jardine and Brian Wilson was last Tuesday in Tucson, Ariz. "All the egos are aside. It's just all about those group harmonies," Mr. Love, 71. "The effect that it has on ourselves and other people is just fantastic." (Associated Press)