Cousin Brucie hosts "Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp Live!"
Join Cousin Brucie for an unforgettable evening with 50s/60s legends as seen on PBS. All AUTHENTIC artists! SONNY TURNER, former lead singer of THE PLATTERS: Only You, CHARLIE THOMAS' DRIFTERS: Under the Boardwalk, THE CHIFFONS: One Fine Day, DANNY & THE JUNIORS: At the Hop, THE PASSIONS: Just to Be With You, THE CASCADES' original lead JOHN GUMMOE: Rhythm of the Rain, PLUS a surprise guest will sing his BIG hit records. A portion of proceeds will benefit foster children in Palm Beach County.
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One of the best early-'60s New York girl groups, combining sassiness and innocence on several of the style's greatest classics. The Chiffons had some singles under their belt when they reached number one with "He's So Fine," whose classic "doo-lang, doo-lang" riff was appropriated by George Harrison in 1970 for his own chart-topper, "My Sweet Lord" (Harrison was subsequently ordered to pay substantial damages to the original publishers, though he always claimed the resemblance was unintentional)....
Danny & the Juniors shot straight to the top of the charts in early 1958 with their biggest hit ever, the gold-selling "At the Hop" (penned by the songwriting team of Dave White and John Madara), though they reached the charts again with eight more singles through 1963, notably the Top 40 charters "Rock and Roll Is Here to Stay," "Dottie," and "Twistin' U....
An above-average white doo wop ensemble from Brooklyn, the Passions' abilities often exceeded the quality of their material. They began as the Sinceres, then changed their name to the Passions when they began recording in the late '50s....
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