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July 20, 1990 | STEVE HOCHMAN
Where do old doo-wop singers go? That's not the set-up line to a joke, but the mission of Steve Propes. And Propes, founder and director of the Southern California Doo-Wop Society, believes there is no single answer. Dewey Terry, who had regional hits with the Pasadena-based Squires in the age of Eisenhower, made Little Richard-style rock in the '50s and worked with the English punk group Tupelo Chain Sex in the '80s.
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July 20, 1990 | STEVE HOCHMAN
Where do old doo-wop singers go? That's not the set-up line to a joke, but the mission of Steve Propes. And Propes, founder and director of the Southern California Doo-Wop Society, believes there is no single answer. Dewey Terry, who had regional hits with the Pasadena-based Squires in the age of Eisenhower, made Little Richard-style rock in the '50s and worked with the English punk group Tupelo Chain Sex in the '80s.
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