* New England Spotlight *
Spotlight on New England's Own POP Doo Wop Personalities
Featuring the Goups, Solo perforrmers, DJs, and more from the 50's and 60's who
just happen to be from the New England area.
Papa Joe's POP DooWop Pit Stop ...
Remembering the classic hits and the misses of popular
music of the 50's, 60's and beyond.
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Chuck Stevens
was inducted into the RI Radio Hall of Fame
on May 22, 2008
" ... pioneer “disc-jockey” and popular personality on radio
stations WRIB, WICE, WPAW, WXTR, and WGNG during the “rock ‘n
roll” era of the ‘50’s and ‘60’s; also spent time in sales and
promotions during a four-decade career"
Guido and the Doo Woppers , heard every Sunday from 10am to 1pm on WARL, 1320 AM
,have an
AWESOME page on their website dedicated to the many groups and personalities from
New England who have left an indelible mark on the history of doo wop and oldies in the 50s and
Guido, Mike, and Ron do a FANTASTIC job of  "
keeping the music alive", AND give the credit long
overdue to our
local, New England talent.  I highly recommend you visit Guido's  local
page by clicking this banner ...
A Tribute to Chuck Stevens
by Ronnie Dee

"I want to salute one of the best disc jockeys in the Rhode Island area.  "The
Chucker" as most of us called him, spent the better part of the 50"s and 60"s at
the top of the class on Rhode Island radio.   I attrubute my getting in the
entertainment business primarily to Chuck when I interned with him of WPAW
in Pawtucket, RI. for many years.   He also worked on many other local stations
such as WHIM, WGNG. WRIB and others.   He was a "Unique" personality
spinning an excellent choice of music,  intermingled with his with and a bit of
harmless sarcasm.  I remember working with him on many of the oldies shows
in the area which he hosted.  Chuck was "One of a Kind" very special, and a
good friend.  Chuck was inducted into the Rhode Island Radio Hall of Fame on
May 22, 2008.   Chuck has gone now to Disc Jockey Heaven,  but we will never
forget him and his classic 'HELLO, YOU' at the beginning of each and every
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