Photo: Guy WebsterIf Mitt Romney gets elected president, he might just bring some "Good Vibrations" to the White House. In an interview with Parade, the Republican candidate rattled off a list of bands that he admires and would want to perform for him at the White House.
"I would certainly want to hear from The Beach Boys," Romney tells the magazine, "even though I know it's not the same group it used to be." He also mentions Aerosmith, modern rockers The Killers and several country music stars -- Alabama, Garth Brooks, Kenny Chesney and Toby Keith.
In addition, Romney's wife, Ann, points out that they are friends with a member of the Eagles. However, she may be referring to the band's former guitarist Don Felder, who, according to Politico.com, will be playing at an event during the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida, in the coming days.
Mitt also suggests that some of the bands he'd invite to the White House might not want to play. "These are not all Republicans, by the way," he notes. "Some may turn us down." Romney's wife disagreed, though, adding that "they would die to be mentioned."
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