Here is a list of the websites that help support the East Coast Music Hall of Fame, from artists to musicians to those with in the community!
From the age of eight, Michael Patrick Maness has been drawing or writing something for somebody. From limited edition posters to album covers for “Warner Brothers,” and “BNA” records, for over 30 years he has been in the business of art, advertising, and marketing. Michael has contributed stories and illustrations to regional and national magazines and has also worked for many Fortune 500 companies.
Internationally acclaimed artist Debra Hurd studied art at both Southern University in Chattanooga, Tennessee and the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. For 15 years she was a graphic designer in Florida and Austin, Texas.
Penny Lane Graphics
Official Graphic Designer of The East Coast Music Hall Of Fame
Having spent 12 years in the entertainment/hospitality industry (Hershey Entertainment & Resorts) and 10 years in the newspaper publication industry (Lancaster Newspapers, Inc.), Bill Dussinger has touched on just about every aspect of design from a simple graphic or map to a completely themed amusement park ride and everything in between.
Official Staff Photographer for the East Coast Music Hall Of Fame
Pamela and Charlie Horner reside in Somerset, New Jersey, where they’re both active in preserving the legacy of the vocal harmony groups. They formed Classic Urban Harmony LLC in 2008 and began giving multimedia presentation on the history of doo wop music, almost immediately. Since then they have branched out into lectures, museum displays, articles, artist booking, concert productions and emceeing, consulting and radio guest appearances.
The New England Doo Wop Society launched a Newsletter on Monday, September 17, 2012. If you would like to subscribe to it (absolutely FREE), just send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The newsletter will be sent out every Monday and it will include information, photos, trivia and everything pertinent to music of the 50s and 60s….and some nostalgia. The newsletter will include segments on the Society (which includes their live concerts in Western Mass. and the New England states), Echoes of The Past, the magazine dedicated to the 50s and 60s, and the radio show , The Roots Of Rock & Roll, heard every Tuesday evening at WTCC-FM.org (on the web). So, join us for some fun and information, every Monday with our new Newsletter.
Charities and Foundations We Support
“Tunnel To Towers Foundation”
“St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital”
“Wounded Warrior Project”