"Help!" We need somebody ... to take this quiz! After more than half of the 20th century had gone by, the 1960s came in with massive changes to pop culture and entertainment. Fashion began showcasing pant suits and baby doll dresses. The TV entertainment world shot off with series like Bewitched and The Andy Griffith Show. Movies The Sound of Music and Breakfast at Tiffany's would become classics. While all of these made a marker in pop culture, nothing shone more than the music industry. With the British invasion or California wave, everyone was listening to the Beatles or the Beach Boys.
Made up of four members, John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison and Ringo Starr, the Beatles were an English rock band that started their careers in 1960 and would lead the British invasion and "Beatlemania." For a decade, the group would put out some of the biggest hits in music history. One year after the start of the Beatles, it was surf's up in California with the formation of the Beach Boys. Mostly a family act, they were made up of brothers Brian, Carl and Dennis Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, and Al Jardine. Their music would soon become synonymous with the classic California sound.
Both the Beach Boys and the Beatles put out some of the biggest hits of the 1960s. From "Hey Jude" to "Good Vibrations," can you match these popular lyrics to who sang them? Let's find out!