February 11th, 2012
11:00 AM ET
There are plenty of good vibrations surrounding The Beach Boys as they gear up for a reunion performance at the Grammys on Sunday.
The group hasn't performed together live in more than two decades, but Mike Love and Brian Wilson told CNN that any tension among them is all in the past.
"It feels really nice" to get back together on the Grammy stage after so many years, Love said, and Wilson concurred.
“It’s a nice feeling – a very productive kind of thing," Wilson said. "We don’t fool around, you know. When it comes to singing, of course we don’t fool around.”
The group will be joined by Foster the People and Maroon 5 for a special performance at Sunday's Grammy show, made all the better by the fact that both of those acts are huge fans of the Beach Boys. Foster the People will perform "Wouldn't It Be Nice," while Maroon 5 will take "Surfer Girl."
"They knew exactly what songs they wanted to do," Love said.
Foster the People's Mark Foster can recall seeing The Beach Boys as a kid, and said it was a "huge shock" when his group was asked to perform with them.
"I think all of us almost passed out when they asked us to play," Foster said. "The Beach Boys were my first concert ever. I saw them when I was seven years old, and I never would have expected to share a stage with them. It's a dream come true."
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