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David Lee Roth & Mike Love Sang 'California Girls' Together For The First Time

IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE SOCIETY OF SINGERS - David Lee Roth, left, and Mike Love perform at The Society of Singers' 21st EL
IMAGE DISTRIBUTED FOR THE SOCIETY OF SINGERS - David Lee Roth, left, and Mike Love perform at The Society of Singers' 21st ELLA Awards on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014 in Beverly Hills, Calif. The event honored Mike Love, lead singer and co-founder of The Beach Boys, producer Nigel Lythgoe, and backup singers The Waters Family. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision for The Society of Singers/AP Images)

The West Coast has the sunshine and this Mike Love and David Lee Roth duet. The singers got together at Thursday night's 21st annual ELLA Awards benefit to perform "California Girls" for the first time ever. Love, who was the evening's guest of honor, co-wrote the classic Beach Boys single with Brian Wilson; Roth, who traveled from Tokyo to attend the event, famously covered "California Girls" on his solo EP, "Crazy from the Heat." Other performers during the ELLA Awards included Bill Medley, Dean Torrence, Micky Dolenz, Christopher Cross, America, Lucy Lawless and Rita Wilson.

Watch Roth and Love sing "California Girls" below. More on the ELLA Awards can be found here.

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