Rock & Roll, Singer/Songwriter, Soft Rock, Surf, Classical
Innocent, Amiable/Good-Natured, Sweet, Romantic, Laid-Back/Mellow
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Bruce Arthur Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin on June 27, 1942) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer best known as a member of the Beach Boys. In 1965, Johnston joined the band for live performances, filling in for the group's co-founder Brian Wilson, who had quit touring in order to spend more time in the studio. Johnston then became a contributing member on subsequent albums. He is also known for his early 1960s collaborations with Terry Melcher as Bruce & Terry and with the surf band the Rip Chords, as well as composing the 1975 Barry Manilow song "I Write the Songs".
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Rock and roll, baroque pop, Surf rock, Psychedelic Rock, Disco
Musician, singer, songwriter
Bass guitar, keyboards synthesizers, vocals, saxophone, guitar
The Beach Boys, California Music, The Gamblers, The Rip Chords, Bruce & Terry, Pink Floyd, Eric Carmen, Elton John
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