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    Tuesday, September 26, 2006

    Al Jardine Plays Benefit

    Smile for Alex and Ryan Benefit Concert
    Carmel High Schooi
    Carmel, California
    Sunday, September 17, 2006
    Noon - 6 p.m.

    This show was to benefit the families of two high school students who died in a car accident at the end of July near Big Sur. Concert was produced by local musician Stevie Heger and the show was played on a stage on the high school football field. Al was headliner for this community event. Attendance was 2000 on a hot and sunny day!

    Al Jardine and his Live Action Heroes
    Johnny Mirani and the Sunny Beaches
    Hey Stevie
    Praire Prince Bobby Vega Jim Thomas
    Surf Dawgs
    Bob Phillip Quartet

    Interesting to note that Stevie Heger played in Live Action Heroes, Hey Stevie and the jazz trio Bob Philips Quartet.

    The lineup for Live Action Heroes was the same as the Chamisal Tennis Club in Monterey on August 19th.

    Al mentioned on stage that he would be joining Brian on his dates in the USA.

    Set List

    1) California Dreamin'
    2) California Saga: California
    3) Sail On Sailor - Stevie Heger lead
    4) Sloop John B
    5) Little Duece Coupe
    6) Help Me Rhonda
    7) Surfin' U.S.A.
    8) Runaway
    9) Come Go With Me
    10) Fun, Fun Fun

    Good show for a good cause!

    Posted by Les Chan


    At 9:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Al Jardine is still awesome.He had a great backup band with beautiful harmonies.
    All of the other warm up acts were very good.
    And although the band name, "Johnny Mirani & sunny beaches", didnt really fit with their style of music, these guys played some smoking hot blues.

    Richard M. Kaufman


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