Maroon 5 Perform Beach Boys Song 'Surfer Girl' At Grammy Awards 2012

13 February 2012, 02:18

The 'Moves Like Jagger' band kicked off the tributes to the legendary reunited band.

Maroon 5 paid tribute to the newly reunited Beach Boys at the Grammy Awards 2012 in Los Angeles tonight (12th February) by performing their hit 'Surfer Girl'.

The band were in perfect harmony as they gave an emotional and well received rendition of the classic track.

Adam Levine then introduced Indie act Foster The People who sang 'Wouldn't It Be Nice'.

It was then the turn of The Beach Boys who, after 20 years apart, took to the stage for a truly memorable performance of 'Good Vibrations'.

Maroon 5 are also up for a prize at the event as they aim to score the Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals award.

Capital will be coming live from the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles throughout the night.

Check out our Grammy Awards area for all the latest news, pictures and interviews from this year's ceremony.

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