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Doo Wop Discoveries brings back pivotal R&B and pop vocal groups of the late 50s and 60s through never-before-broadcast archival and new live performances of their most loved hits. Pop music icons Smokey Robinson, Mike Stoller (of the writing team Lieber & Stoller), producers Mitch and Phil Margo of the Tokens, Aaron Neville, Neil Sedaka and more share their favorite doo wop styles and
The Jewels: The Divas of DC Doo-Wop highlights the musical journey of the singing group, The Jewels. Proclaimed as jewel of the Nation's Capitol, the story describe their challenges as talented teenage girls in the 1960s with dreams of making hit records. Protoges of guitarist Bo Diddley, the teenage girls recorded their first tunes at Chess Records in Chicago.
Rock and pop legends Jon "Bowzer" Bauman (Sha Na Na) and Ronnie Spector (The Ronettes) bring back the best songs from the late 1950s and early 1960's rock, pop and doo-wop era in an all new "MY MUSIC" concert event! This special recorded in May 2010 at Pittsburgh's own Benedum Center, includes new live performances and rare, never before available archival classics from the Dick Clark vaults!
Filmed live at Harrah's Resort in Atlantic City, NJ, this concert is a journey through the decades of the pop songbook, including everything from Doo Wop to contemporary pop done with the unforgettable SNC twist. Straight No Chaser's signature holiday material is a "can't miss" feature.
If you grew up in northeast Pennsylvania, chances are you danced to an oldies band called "The Poets." It seems music known as Doo-Wop is more popular than ever and many of those rock bands started just like Lackawanna County's Pat Luongo, Frank Gervasi and Nick Luongo. They were ALMOST FAMOUS.
WOSU's very own Classical 101 host Boyce Lancaster kicks off a recurring segment called "Hidden Talent" whereby folks reveal what activities they do in their off hours that enriches their creative life. From doo-wop singing to ghost hunting, saxophone lunch-hours to banjo jams, find your inspiration from fellow Columbusites to partake in the arts.