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Doo Wop – Rhythm and Blues vocalized into gorgeous melodies

Originated in the streets of American north-eastern cities, Doo-Wop was an African American Vocal style based in smooth harmonies. It was the closest rock genre to pop music in the 1950’s. Drawing its inspiration from the rhythm and blues cultures it became a music style of its own and was widely popular in the 50’s […]

Doo Wop History

The early 1950’s signified the true beginning of Doo Wop music, which was a derivative of the rhythm and blues and jazz music styles. Doo Wop first began in the inner cities, most prominently Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Doo Wop began with friends gathering on street corners, on their back porches, or just about anywhere, and making […]

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