April 16, 2024
The roots of surf music go deeper than the Seashore Boys and Jan & Dean.
Picture credit score: Display screen shot, surfmuseum.org

The California Surf Museum in Oceanside welcomes creator David Matuszak at 6 p.m. Wednesday for a dialogue of surf tradition solid via the lens of music.

Matuszak, who examined native browsing in his San Onofre: Recollections of a Legendary Browsing Seashore, will take a have a look at the “California Sound,” which guided a era of surfers in the course of the Sixties Golden Age of Browsing.

The genres loved by California’s earliest surfers, nonetheless, pre-date the songs made well-known by the Seashore Boys, Jan & Dean and Dick Dale. 

Surfers on Southern California seashores, like San Onofre, have been strumming a lot totally different tunes main as much as the ‘60s, Matuszak argues.

GIven that music related to browsing helped to immortalize the game, Matuszak will check out the evolution of surf music and its results on the tradition at massive.

Matuszak will signal copies of his San Onofre browsing e book following his presentation and may inscribe present copies.

Admission is free, however seats should be reserved by calling  (760) 721-6876.

Present reveals on the museum embrace “The Science of Browsing” and works by photographer Jeff Divine.