Craryville, NY

#1 Aug 3, 2013
For a book on televised teen dance programs of the 1950s and early 1960s, I am interested in communicating with dancers who performed on any "Bandstand"-like TV shows in the Detroit area, such as Dance Party, Club 1270, Ed McKenzie's Saturday Party, or Swingin' Time. I am particularly interested in hearing from African American dancers. Former djs, cameramen, or behind the scenes persons may also respond!You may also email me privately at jmm2@nyu.edu.

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