A popular Doo-Wop quartet are to perform a history of the music genre in Beccles.

The TestostaTones, a British Doo-Wop group known for their performances for the Queen and Olly Murs among others, are set to perform at the Beccles Public Hall and Theatre on July 18.

The TestostaTones' show, The Story of Doo-Wop, explores the evolution of Doo-Wop, a unique vocal style born in the 1950s.

This music style has roots in street corner performances and church choirs, eventually grabbing the attention of radio disc jockeys and climbing the billboard charts.

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The vocal arrangement created a path for the early rock genre and influenced music in the subsequent decades.

The show aims to recreate that golden era through a simulated live radio broadcast.

The audience will be transported to the 1950s with radio host, Chuck Anderson, spinning records from that era.

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The performance will include hits such as Blue Moon, Earth Angel, Runaround Sue, Teenager in Love, Why Do Fools Fall in Love, and In The Still of the Night.

Richard Ainslie, a member of the group, said: “We are really looking forward to our first appearance at the public hall following previous sell-out appearances at other venues and are currently enjoying putting the finishing touches to the show.”

Tickets are priced at £13 and £11 for concessions, and can be bought from the theatre box office or online.