THE TESTOSTA-TONES: The Story of Doo-Wop

Join the U.K.s premier Doo-Wop quartet as they take you on a musical journey detailing the history of this influential pop phenomenon. 
During the early 1950s, quartets sung on street corners, in barbershops and churches in a style which became known as Doo-Wop, paving the way for rock ‘n’ roll. As the groups moved from the streets into recording studios, so the popularity of the genre grew.
Along with radio disc jockey and your host for the evening Chuck Anderson, The Testosta-Tones (who have sung for the Queen, live on Radio 2 and at some of the most iconic venues in the U.K.) will perform such popular songs as Blue Moon, Earth Angel, Why Do Fools Fall in Love, Runaround Sue, Teenager in Love among many others, presenting ‘The Story of Doo-Wop’ and demonstrating how the genre influenced and created mainstream music during the 50s and has seen resurgences in most decades since and still influences contemporary music.
Saturday 30th May 7.30pm
Tickets: £15
Westacre Theatre
River Road
PE32 1UD