Singing Group The Doo Wop Project Coming To Tyler, TX To Perform At Cowan Center
Doo-wop (also spelled doowop and doo wop) is a genre of R&B music that originated in Black communities during the 1940s.
During the 50's and 60's "Doo-Wop" music was one of the most popular forms of music. It features vocal group harmony that carries an engaging melodic line to a simple beat with little or no instrumentation. R&B groups, including the Coasters, the Drifters, the Midnighters, and the Platters, helped link the doo-wop style to the mainstream, and to the future sound of soul music.
If You Love That Classic Sound, Then You've Got To Check Out The Doo Wop Project!
The Doo Wop Project begins at the beginning: tracing the evolution of Doo Wop from the classic sound of five guys singing harmonies on a street corner to the biggest hits on the radio today.
In their epic shows The Doo Wop Project takes audiences on a journey featuring foundational tunes from the Crests, Belmonts and Flamingos through the vocal artistry of Smokey Robinson, The Temptations, and The Four Seasons all the way to DooWopified versions of modern hits from Michael Jackson, Jason Mraz, Maroon 5, and Sam Smith.
The Doo Wop Project Will Be Performing In Tyler at The UT Cowan Center on Tuesday Jan. 24th.
Featuring stars from the Broadway hits Jersey Boys, Motown: The Musical, and A Bronx Tale, The Doo Wop Project brings unparalleled authenticity of sound and vocal excellence to recreate, and in some cases entirely reimagine, the greatest music in American pop and rock history.