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  • The manband in question, the Overtones, are both dull as dishwater and half as attractive in total as the cleft in Gary Barlow's chin, but they do add a layer of crapulous doowop harmony that really does make everything better.

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  • The advantage of the album is that he offers brilliant new takes on several familiar tunes ( "That's Life," with doowop triplets and a driving "Here You Come Again"), whereas the blessing of the live show is Mr. Cumming's endlessly amusing chatter and anecdotes.

    Heavyweight Contenders, Connection

  • Then you've got the young boy standing on the corner singing, doing their little doowop back there.

    Oral History Interview with Leroy Beavers, August 8, 2002. Interview R-0170. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • Over at the Black Cat, bartender Chad America is hosting his 12th annual Valentine's Day Rock & Roll Dance Party, which features a team of DJs playing old '50s and '60s doowop, rockabilly and R&B.

    Redskins Insider Podcast -- The Washington Post

  • Similar to the way New York punk rockers developed the doowop and psychedelic nuggets of the 1960s, Rotary Downs has a '60s-style rave-up to make sure no one falls asleep or loses interest in the middle of the record.

    offBeat

  • The group that broke the mould and helped launch the doowop style as it became know were Sonny Til

    Cross Rhythms

  • But what the Charioteers did achieve was connecting many of the disparate elements of black church music, white pop entertainment and early doowop and in doing so showed both the opportunities and the pitfalls in 'crossing over' from church to showbiz.

    Cross Rhythms

  • It was here that young musicians with Cuban and Puerto Rican roots fused Latin sounds with rhythm and blues and doowop.

    The Guardian World News

  • Other friends played Latin folk music, jazz, bluegrass and doowop.

    wacotrib - Latest News Headlines

  • Women's Barbershop Choir, 7 - 9 p.m. Maiden Vermont sings four-part a capella music from traditional barbershop to doowop and Broadway.

    RutlandHerald.com

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