Fast cars, surfing and girls on the beach - Jan and Dean's music has the heart and soul of the California lifestyle in the '60s. As one of the most popular duos in rock history, Jan and Dean created infectious, energetic good-time songs that captured the allure of surf, sunshine and horsepower. Their best known hits, "Surf City," "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena," and "Dead Man's Curve," are classics rediscovered by each new generation. Together for the first time after years off from touring, Jan and Dean perform all the songs that made the California lifestyle a part of the American dream. Don't miss a special treat during the finale when Jan and Dean are joined on stage by Howard Kaylan and Mark Volman of The Turtles to sing "Happy Together."
Though they began their career as an doo-wop duo, Jan and Dean became famous for the fun, lively surf pop they made. Akin to the Beach Boys, Jan and Dean focused on surfing, girls, cars and the California lifestyle in general. On this video, the long-separated pair come back together for a reunion performance, singing hits which include "Dead Man's Curve" and "Surf City." The great finale includes a performance of the Turtles' "Happy Together" with two of the Turtles.
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