Doo Wop 50

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Doo Wop 50 was a PBS pledge drive special created and produced for PBS member station WQED-TV by TJ Lubinsky, grandson of Herman Lubinsky (founder of Savoy Records). The special was inspired by a 1994 CD box-set of doo wop music produced and sold by Rhino Records, which was also a development and production partner in the special.

Doo Wop 50 was videotaped live at The Benedum Center For The Performing Arts, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on May 11 & 12, 1999. It showcased many doo-wop groups that had existed since the 1950s, and was hosted by former Impressions lead and soul soloist Jerry Butler. It was followed by Doo Wop 51 and the American Soundtrack series. Doo Wop 50 became the highest-producing pledge drive special in the history of PBS at that time, garnering more than $20 million for its member stations.

The American Soundtrack series has become a mainstay for PBS and WQED.

Groups on the program

Part One

Herb Reed's Platters
  • Only You
  • The Great Pretender
Norman Wright's Dell Vikings
  • Come Go With Me
The Skyliners
  • This I Swear Is True
  • Since I Don't Have You
The Penguins
  • Earth Angel
Gene Chandler with Pure Gold
  • Duke of Earl
Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge
  • Sixteen Candles
  • Worst That Could Happen
Lee Andrews & the Hearts
  • Long, Lonely Nights
The Cleftones
  • Little Girl of Mine
  • Heart and......
  • ...

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