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The Doorway Singers
 
For almost two decades, the Doorway Singers have shared polished vocal harmonies with a wide variety of audiences. Their theme programs (spanning the range from Christmas to Broadway) are perfectly suited for conventions, reunions, festivals and private parties.
 
 
 
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A Dickens Kind of Christmas
A Dickens Kind of Christmas
Still the most wonderful time of the year, and an almost endless torrent of songs to carry you through. Traditional and timeless, the songs of the holidays just never seem to get stale. The most popular program of all, and it can be delivered, tied up in a bright red bow, right to your door.
Showstoppers!
Showstoppers!
There it is - midtown Manhattan - ablaze in lights, the rumble of traffic all around and throughout everything - that pulsating beat of Broadway. From "42nd Street" to "Rent" and with more stops than the 8th Avenue subway, this is really the very best of the Great White Way.
The Fabulous 50's
The Fabulous 50's
The war years were behind us, and suddenly everything seem very different. There were new fashions, new cars, new attitudes ... a new music. They called it Rock 'n Roll, or Doo Wop, and it came from Detroit and New York and Philadelphia and from the guitar of a wild young man from Tupelo, Mississippi. It was the era of poodle skirts and bobby socks, of duck tail haircuts and letter sweaters. Crank up that '57 Chevy and come along for the ride!
It's the 60's!
It's the 60's!
Nothing was more turbulent than the decade of the Sixties. It rode in on folk music, spun through a wildly colorful psychadelic tunnel, and rode out on the sound of Liverpool. It was a time more vivid than the fashions, and you're invited to be there, once again.
Liberty Call!
Liberty Call!
We thought everything would be okay when the Depression ended ... and suddenly it all changed. They were the frightening, exciting 40's - the War Years - the Greatest Generation. and they had their own unique soundtrack, too. Let the "Chattanooga Choo Choo" take you along for a warmly nostalgic ride through the Swing Era.
An Evening of Southern Hospitaility
An Evening of Southern Hospitaility
Fluttering fans, gracious hostesses, and the sweet scent of honeysuckle everywhere. You can almost taste the mint julep as you drift along to a time long ago, and you'll catch yourself humming "Love's Old, Sweet Song."
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