Rock 'N Roll Jukebox was recorded Live At The Rock 'n Roll Palace, Orlando, Florida
The Coasters The Coasters were among the first black singing groups to cross over and to be considered rock and roll. By the end of the Fifties the Coasters were America's most popular black rock and roll group.
Del Shannon An untrained voice with an incredibly high range, Del Shannon had a piercing falsetto that could bring chills down your spine.
Bryan Hyland A teen heart-throb whilst still a teenager himself, Hyland went on to achieve a string of hits worldwide.
The Diamonds The Diamonds made their name in conservative America with cover records that sold very well in markets where the original versions wouldn't be acceptable. Among their hits in 1956 were "Why Do Fools Fall In Love," "Church Bells May Ring," "Love, Love, Love" and "Ka-King-Dong".
Jive Five Jive Five were one of the few vocal groups to survive the transition from the '50s to the '60s, in the process, they helped move the music itself forward, providing a key link between doo wop and '60s soul.
The Tokens The Tokens are well-known for one giant hit song that they put in the charts in late 1961, and the members of the group continued on in the music business in various capacities following the success of that hit.
The Dixie Cups The three girls who comprised the group were all from New Orleans and originally known as Little Miss and the Muffets when they were discovered in a talent contest.