The African American Music Association in association with The Atlanta Doo-Wop Association present "Doo-Wop In DC: From The Street Corner to the Stage".
Focused on the history of Doo-Wop music in Washington, DC the program will consist of a panel discussion with legends Sidney Barnes (The Embracers, Rotary Connection), Ronald "Poozie" Miles ("The Rainbows"), and Zelda Irby (The Dorells).
A DC Hand Dance showcase by The National Hand Dance Association, and a live Doo-Wop performance by The Sounds of Harmony with Special Guest Ron "Poozie" Miles of The Rainbows.
Discussion Moderator: Mark Puryear. Emcee: Beverly Lindsay-Johnson
The event will be connected to the exhibition on the Library’s first floor: “Doo-Wop in DC: From the Street Corner to the Stage". Beverly Lindsay-Johnson, Curator