On tonight's "The Group Harmony Review" at midnight, requests and mailbag this week from GHR listeners. Also, songs by The Dubs, The Mello-Kings, Maurice Williams with The Zodiacs (and The Gladiolas), Joe Turner, Elvis Presley (pictured) and many more from the early days of rock, soul and rhythm & blues.
At midnight on "The Group Harmony Review," this week's episode will include requests and I'll also present rhythm & blues and rock 'n' roll with a south of the border influence. We'll hear from The Drifters, The Diablos, Jay and the Americans, Kenny Vance and Planotones, the Billy Williams Quartet, The Coasters and much more. During FUV's spring drive, please support the station with a contribution—your support keeps special programming like "The Group Harmony Review" on the air. Please go to WFUV.org now and give what you can.
On the Group Harmony Review at midnight, a focus on the influence of gospel vocal groups into the development of the early rhythm and blues vocal group sound its roots and related areas. Artists featured will include Sonny Til and The Orioles, Sam Cooke and The Soul Stirrers, The Ravens, The Four Knights, Eugene Mumford and The Larks, the Dixie Hummingbirds and much more!
Tonight on the "Group Harmony Review" at midnight, my special guest is Little Isadore of Little Isadore and the Inquisitors. The group has been performing for many years, presenting the vocal group harmony sound of the '50s and '60s. Also featured on tonight's show will be the Valentines, the Orioles, the Harptones and much more.