Daily Doo Wop

We are a time machine to the past….with songs dating from 1952 to the British Invasion in 1964.

Hooray for Hollywood — and TV and music. From the Hollywood Walk of Fame to the Lone Ranger to Ed Sullvian to Annette Funicello, this era had lots of stars and fun for the whole family.

"The Honeymooners" episode "TV or Not TV"

Updated twice a week. You’ll find vintage 50’s and 60’s TV series, game shows, cartoons and shorts, children’s programming, and commercials.

So trivia are unimportant details or facts? Nonsense! How well do you know your 50s and 60s music or TV shows and movies? Come test your knowledge. Nothing is too small.

With rhythm and blues, rock and roll, rockabilly, and crossovers from country music. That’s why we go beyond Doo Wop.As DJ’s at the time said, “If it’s a hit, it plays.”

Retro Fudge Cake Recipe

The cooking during the 1950s is known for its homey casseroles – comfort food at its finest. These hot dishes are usually easy to make, which is due, in part, to the semi-homemade aspect.

Every weekend, there is a Golden Oldies Juke Box Saturday, and the juke box is full of song requests of ’50s music and 60s music. It’s always a fun mix. Requests come mostly from those who see us on Facebook. Or leave a request through comment to us.It all begins at 5:00 PM Eastern Time.

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  • The Fascinators Oh Rose Marie
    January 12, 2019

    The Fascinators Oh Rose Marie

    Doo Wop The Fascinators came together as did many others by singing on street corners in New York City (for them, that was Brooklyn). Group members were Tony Passalacqua, Angelo LaGrecca, Nick Trivatto, Ed Wheeler, and George Cernacek. In the late 1950s, Capitol Records was a label that, with…

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  • Clyde McPhatter A Lover's Question
    December 28, 2018

    Clyde McPhatter A Lover’s Question

    R&B The golden oldie "A Lover's Question" was McPhatter's first Top 10 hit after leaving the Drifters. The song was written by Brook Benton and Jimmy T. Williams. Benton sang the demo version of "A Lover's Question," which his producer Clyde Otis then presented to Jerry Wexler and Ahmet…

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  • The Drifters White Christmas
    December 14, 2018

    White Christmas by The Drifters

    Doo Wop Christmas Songs What's the Christmas season without a little doo wop of a popular standard?  This song by Irving Berlin as sung by Bing Crosby is the best-selling single of all time -- somewhere in the vicinity of 50 million copies. If all the versions of the…

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  • Bo Diddley by Bo Diddley
    October 6, 2018

    Bo Diddley by Bo Diddley

    Rhythm and Blues Among the great artists of our doo wop era is Bo Diddley. He is known for his innovations with rhythm and blues, blues, and rock and roll compositions. Some of his songs are among the best golden oldies. One of the popular baby boomer trivia questions…

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  • Dion and the Belmonts A Teenager in Love
    September 16, 2018

    Dion and The Belmonts A Teenager in Love

    Doo Wop Music Ah, love can break your heart at any age, but it can be tough for teenagers. The song was written by the team of Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman (other songs by them include "Save the Last Dance for Me" "This Magic Moment"). The Belmonts were…

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