Streetlight Harmonies

Tagline : Millions know the music. Few know the artists.

Runtime : 83 mins

Genre : Documentary


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Plot : Streetlight Harmonies shines a long overdue spotlight on the artists and celebrates the music that defined the musical generation of Doo-Wop. Utilizing all-new interviews along with HD restored archival footage the film will explore the history and social impact of this timeless era.

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