Eddie Bertrand benefit show

by Scott February. 06, 2011 13069 views

In 1961, Paul Johnson and Eddie Bertrand (both just teenagers at the time) formed The Bel-Airs. They are best known for their instrumental hit “Mr. Moto”. After they broke up, Eddie went on to form Eddie and The Showmen. Both bands are considered highly influential in the “instrumental surf rock” genre. On Feb. 5, 2011, a whose who of surf music got together at Don The Beachcombers in Huntington Beach, CA to help raise money for Eddies medical bills. It was a great day (and night) of surf music, with the highlight (my opinion) being a Bel-Airs “reunion”.

The Bel-Airs reunite! Jim Frias (sax), Paul Johnson (guitar) and former Mouseketeer Dicky Dodd (drums) play their classic songs at the Eddie Bertrand Benefit Show

Slacktone, Dave Wronski (guitar) and Dusty Watson (Drums)

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