We’re headed back to a time when life was easy, life was good — the 1950s and the sweet vocal harmonies of the Doo-Wop era!
The Drifters delivers the same style, charisma and history that existed in the earlier days of the group. From the release of “Money Honey” on, they offered a blend of tasteful music and class, all wrapped up in their famous patented choreography. The Cornell Gunter Coasters were the supreme comedians of rock and roll, and the first vocal group to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The Platters cranked out multiple hits that vaulted them to stardom, and tagged them as the most popular vocal group of the ’50s.