Legendary West Coast Doo Wop Groups Reunite After 50 Years

The reunion of West Coast recording legends from 1952 to 1963.
May 11, 2008 - PRLog -- LOS ANGELES, CA -  Grant Williams CEO of Memory Lane Concert Cruises today announced the reunion of the Doo Wop recording legends of the West Coast. During the fifties, teenagers from all over Southern California flocked to El Monte Legion Stadium every Friday and Saturday night to see their favorite performers. Although the stadium closed their doors nearly 50 years ago, the music continues to live on.

On April 19 2009 Carnival cruise lines newest and most innovative ship in the world the Splendor sails from Los Angeles to the Mexican Riviera on a 7-day cruise. There has never been a Doo Wop event this spectacular on the West Coast in over fifty years.  Featuring recording artists who were popular from 1952 to 1963.

Performers include the Calvanes, Robins, Native Boys, Shirley Gunter, Apollas, Blossoms, Jaguars, Premiers, Little Caesar, Turks, Tony Allen and Renaissance. Many of these    recording legends have reunited specifically for this memorable occasion. Aboard the new beautiful and breathtaking Carnival Splendor.

“Reuniting these great West Coast recording legends is a history-making event. These artists have not appeared together in many decades. Artists will perform in several evening and afternoon concerts in a private theater. During the cruises they will also be appearing in a personal meet and greet session. In addition, to our first ever-gala grand finale made available to all 3006 passengers including the ships crew. ” said Williams.

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Memory Lane Concert Cruises is musical theme cruise operator. Offering world-class concerts of performing artists in an array of music styles aboard luxury liners.


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