Bruce Johnston

Bruce Arthur Johnston

Also known as B Johnston, B. Johnston, B. Johnson, B. Johnston, B.Johnston, Beach Boy Bruce Johnston, Bruce, Bruce Johnson, Bruce Johnstone, Johnson, Johnston

Discography of Bruce Johnston:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 Columbia
2 Body Mechanic / Pipeline 2 Audio Rated "X" Records
3 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 CBS
4 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 Columbia
5 Salute NASCAR 10 Audio 1998 76
6 Pipeline / Disney Girls 2 Audio 1977 CBS
7 Going Public 9 Audio 1991 Sony Records
8 Surfin' 'Round The World 15 Audio 1997
9 Surfin' 'Round The World 12 Audio 1991 Sony Records
10 (Meet You On A) Rendezvous 2 Audio 1977-06-00 CBS
11 Going Public 9 Audio 1977 Columbia
12 Pipeline / Girl, You Need A Change Of Mind 2 Audio Lost Records
13 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 Columbia
14 Deirdre 2 Audio 1977-10-21 CBS
15 (Meet You On A) Rendezvous 2 Audio 1977 CBS
16 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 CBS
17 Do The Surfer Stomp 2 Audio 1961 Donna Records
18 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 CBS
19 Don't Worry Baby/Ten Years' Harmony 2 Audio 1974 RCA
20 Going Public 9 Audio 1977 CBS
21 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 CBS
22 Pipeline / Disney Girls 2 Audio 1977 CBS
23 Going Public 9 Audio 1977 CBS
24 (Meet You On A) Rendezvous 2 Audio 1977 CBS
25 Going Public 9 Audio 1977 CBS
26 Going Public 12 Audio 2006 Sony Records
27 Going Public 9 Audio 1977 Columbia
28 Surfin' 'Round The World 12 Audio 1980 CBS/Sony
29 Pipeline 2 Audio 1977 Columbia
30 Going Public 9 Audio 1977 Columbia


Vocalist, keyboardist, guitarist, bassist, drummer, composer and producer from Beverly Hills (CA, USA), born the 24th of June 1944 in Chicago (IL, USA).

His first band was Sleepwalkers together with [a=Kim Fowley] and [a=Sandy Nelson]. He got fame in the West Coast area of the USA and did several studio appearences. He played bass on [a=Teddy Bears, The] hit single "To Know Him Is To Love Him" and drummed in [a=Ritchie Valens]' live band. Then he formed the band [a=Surf Stompers, The]. Late 1964 he joined The Beach Boys and had great success with the band. In 1972 he left the band and recorded a solo album. In 1979 he returned to The Beach Boys and produced, toured and collaborated with the band ever since.


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