|Full name||Michael Edward Love|
|Know as||Mike Love, Love, Mike|
|Birth place||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Age||78 years, 4 month, 2 days|
|Height||6' 1" (1.85 m)|
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Michael Edward Love Biography:
Singer songwriter Mike Love came to be near La, California, on March 15, 1941. The group was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. The Beach Boys went on a world-wide 50th Reunion Tour in the year 2012, coinciding with all the release of the record That Is Why God Made the Radio.
Vocalist and songwriter Mike Love was born Michael Edward Love in Baldwin Hills, near La, California, on March 15, 1941. The eldest of six children, he frequently sang at family gatherings and celebrations along with his cousins—laying the basis for what would be a long and successful musical profession for all of them.
In 1961, Love and his cousins, brothers Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson, as well as their buddy Al Jardine, formed the Beach Boys. The group soon became popular world-wide, using their trademark harmonies and Southern California shore- and surf-themed tunes. They released their first single, “Surfin’,”in late 1961, and within several months the tune made the Billboard’s Hot 100 singles list, eventually peaking at No. 75 and staying on the graph for six weeks. The Beach Boyssigned with Capitol Records in 1962, as well as in the exact same year released their first complete record, Surfin’ Safari, which reached No. 32 on Billboard’s album chart.
Love became the group’s lead singer and onstage spokesman, in addition to a prolific lyricist, cowriting the Beach Boys reaches “Fun, Fun, Fun,” “California Girls” and “Good Vibrations,”among many more. In the decades that followed, the Beach Boys continued to compose and record success records and toured continuously, despite the perpetually strained relationships between its members.
The tune, that was featured in the soundtrack for the movie Cocktail, was nominated for a Golden Globe Award—as “Good Vibrations,” another tune that Love co-composed, had been 22 years before.
In 1967, Mike Love found transcendental meditation. The next year, he traveled with the Beatles, Mia Farrow as well as other stars to go to and study in the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in India. “TM has actually empowered me to avoid a few of the excesses which are all too simple to get seduced by,” Love said.
Love has been married five times and has eight kids. He also founded the Love Foundation, an organization that supports and brings focus to environmental and educational problems nationwide.